There was just stealing of Arab land. And the whole world is clamouring for the return of that which was stolen. And I think that Netanyahu had it right on one count: May 1948 borders. If the '67 borders aren't accepted today, tomorrow someone might just say: "Wait a minute! What about '48 borders and Nakba? That too once belonged to Arabs!". It may be taboo and outrage to mention this today, just like '67 was taboo several years ago, but tomorrow it might be widely accepted stance in the international circles and, more importantly, in Turkey and Egypt. Status quo is in the past. Israel must do something today, for there is no prospect of things improving in the future if this course is maintained.
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from the article: New Mideast will make Netanyahu long for Oslo Accords