True! The Palestinians have already chosen the Green LIne. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melissa
    • 03.05.13 | 21:36 (IDT)

    The Green LIne HAS been approved by the UN and even the US. Simply insist as a people that any l;and exchanges (which WILL be necessary) MUSTG be based on worth, not area. OR, Palestinians CAN choose one state, which might even be better. Israel will have to assume all the costs of infrastructure. The world community will insist upon a Constitution (which the Palestinians have already drawn up, saving Israel the work). That Constitution offers equal rights, and a religion-blind court system, already. Right of return for diasporized refugees is already international law AND Israel law. Palestinians will be the majority, and can vote back in the state's historic name. This is EXACTLY what the CIA predicted will occur by about 2020. If either side doesn't like what's on the table, sha has to 1) Organize and speak with ONE mind, 2) come up with a better proposal that the world community will accept. and 3) Israel will have to get up offer her butt and stop wishing that it will all go away.

    from the article: Netanyahu worried Kerry drifting toward Arab League stance on two-state solution
    First published 08:00 02.05.13 | Last updated 00:45 02.05.13
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