To Fares and Others - Your Logic Makes No Sense - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Eli
    • 15.12.09 | 20:23 (IST)

    I Love how so many peoples on this this talkback wish to cite that since the Saudi's put forward a peace plan and since Israel didn't accept that Israel is now in the wrong, as if to say that Rejection of a peace agreement puts the rejecting party in the wrong. So if this is true, how many of you people, like Fares, believed that Arabs and Palestinians were in the wrong for 1937, 1948, 1978? 2000? and if this is the case, shouldn't a charge be posted against Palestinians for being in the wrong so many times and drawing out the conflict, for forcing Israel to incurr a cost a result of these decisions? and as such why shouldn't this cost be paid out in the only thing of value? Land, for example Jersualem, if as your posts states, the refusal of a peace offer shifts the blame, than surely you should agree that Jerusalem should be Jewish for the blame of rejecting 37,48,78,2000? or are you people just bias and using the Saudi Peace Initiative for its greatest purpose, PROPAGANDA

    from the article: Deputy FM to Arab world: Israel extends its hand in peace
    First published 15:44 15.12.09 | Last updated 15:48 15.12.09
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