TOSEFTA'S #119 REVELATION COULD MEAN THAT A COMPREHENSIVE PEACE - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Smadar
    • 08.01.07 | 00:14 (IST)

    between the Palestinians and Israel can be a cake walk. We already see that Jerusalem continues to be a divided city since 1967. So that's not a problem and we heard what Teddy Kollek had to say about this in a recent article. The Camp David 2000 breakdown was based on these two sensitive issues: Jerusalem and the return of refugees. If the deliberations during the formation of the Geneva Accord (similar to all other peace proposals really) indicates that the Right of Return issue is really not a huge issue, then there seems to be significant agreement here. Has a major survey been conducted for the refugees as to where they want to live, how much compensation, etc.? Something is telling me that the agreement for withdrawal of territories towards the plan for coexistence between Israelis and Palestinians is possibly around the corner then. Or is it my wishful thinking?

    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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