This is very damaging..so what now ? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ice
    • 26.01.11 | 02:26 (IST)

    I think Guardian and Al Jazeerah are doing pals a favor by exposing the not so surprising fact that the PA is nothing but an extension of Israeli's apparatus. PA serves nothing but a slave to his master in implementing the segregation and apartheid keeping the byproduct of its policies of suppression (Some call it terrorism others call it resistance) in control. No wonder Netanyahu and leiberman does not want peace because for them the status quo is as good as it gets. Have peace and lose the dream of greater Israel. Actually, pals are no issue to Israel anymore. They have been divided, in 2 parts where one is in eternal siege and the other in total submission. The world did not seem to be in a hurry to lift the siege soon and the PA is like a dream girl to Israel. Peace would mean losing so much control as well as the settlement enterprise which is booming. So, why the hell!! I am starting to believe it when Netanyahu say that there is no partner for peace. With all this exposure I don’t think I can believe that PA represents all or even a majority of Palestinians. Well, since there is no leader to lead pals, I guess the only option available for them is to choose Israel as their home and Netanyahu as their leader, of course with full citizen rights. One state solution is the only rational solution unless pals want to wait another decade for a leader to emerge. Well, they can choose to do that but unfortunately there would be only 40% of the cake in the plate by then.

    from the article: 'Palestinian Authority closely coordinating security operations with Israel'
    First published 01:39 26.01.11 | Last updated 01:39 26.01.11
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