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    • Tzfonit
    • 07.01.07 | 15:29 (IST)

    You cannot make us to leave, and you cannot get what you want without negotiations. Here are your points, as I see them: 1) Land occupied in 1967 as a result of war launched against Israel will be returned to the Palestinians gradually, with assurance of cessation of hostilities being the condition. 2) Palestinian refugees who wish to live with us in peace can return to their homeland, or be compensated with Arab funds. 3) Al Quds/Jerusalem/Yerushalayim will be the capital of Palestine and Israel, with holy sites accessible to Jews, Moslems, and Christians. East Jerusalem will be the capital of Palestins, West Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel. 4) Go ahead! Take your billions and establish a Palestinian state. Make Palestine a place you can be proud of. What are you waiting for? What has been stopping you? Now, I suggest we begin by the Palestinians halting all acts of hostility and Israel halting all expansion of settlements. We can move on from there.

    from the article: While Livni is polishing her wording
    First published 00:00 07.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.01.07
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