The problem with Roadmaps - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim Raisbeck
    • 10.04.05 | 15:59 (IDT)

    People, The problem with the roadmap concept is that it assumes that by detailing a series of intricate steps towards an elusive goal, the opposed parties will, at some point, commit to a negotiated settlement for Palestinian statehood. Everyone aleady knows what that agreement is! It is, within a narrow range of adjustment, Palestine within the boundaries of the green line, 95% or more of it, including East Jerusalem, and some level of shared control of Temple Mount. The problem is that neither side has committed to this agreement, and no "Roadmap" is going to change that.

    from the article: If Bush is really serious
    First published 00:00 10.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 10.04.05
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