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    • zeev
    • 12.09.09 | 11:09 (IDT)

    "The Left gave us Oslo." (Pupik #9) The Oslo Accords were signed in Washington D.C. on Sep 13, 1993, in the presence of PM Yitzhak Rabin and U.S. President Bill Clinton, with Foreign Minister Shimon Peres signing for the State of Israel, Sec. of State Warren Christopher for the United States and Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev for Russia. See, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oslo_Accords 1- Anyone implying that these people were "leftists" must have fallen on his head. The fact that Yossi Beilin, before he was appointed Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs by Shimon Peres, had been involved in the negotiations with the Palestinian representatives - is irrelevant. 2- The only reason Oslo has failed is that it came way too late, long after the settlers' movement and Hamas have both been allowed by our foolish leaders to develop into such enemies of any peace initiative that they were perfectly capable together, each in its own way, of thwarting it.

    from the article: For Israel, a New Year, and a new left
    First published 17:08 07.09.09 | Last updated 10:05 08.09.09
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