what the pals want and what they will get - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ben
    • 20.09.10 | 17:47 (IST)

    Ofcorse the pals dont want peace with ISrael... They simply want her to stop building on there land.. You see the only reason why pals talked peace in the first place was because of the settlers... (The pals got scared when all the Russians started pouring in) Remember... They are going to declare an idependant state in less then two years and want ISrael to stop building on thier land... They could care less about a lasting peace between two peoples... They only want thier country!

    from the article: Abbas: Peace talks won't continue 'a single day' if settlement freeze ends
    First published 16:03 20.09.10 | Last updated 16:03 20.09.10
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