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    • Hedi Trabelsi
    • 27.09.11 | 15:06 (IDT)

    Akiva is more than sincere... Insincere are those who are using this issue to frighten israelis. Negociating on basis of so-called 'right of return' (anchored in UN charter and Geneva conventions) does not mean that Mr Abbas & the PLO want to flood Israel with a few million Palestinians. Of course NOT. Abbas and Erekat (chief negotiator) together with Israeli negotiators (led by Barak) went a long way in defining parameters for the exercise of this 'right of return' during the ill-fated 13-day Arafat-Barak Camp David negociations in July 2000... More than 95% of Palestinians originating from 1948-Palestine will be returning to new State of Palestine, Jordan or some Arab and western states (Canada proved very generous) of their choice. Not only Palestinians but the whole world is accomodating Israel on this sensitive issue. Please stop being so naive and/or stop being such a docile tool for right-wing treacherous propaganda.

    from the article: Border Control / Mideast peace can provide all the security Israel needs
    First published 02:52 27.09.11 | Last updated 02:52 27.09.11
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