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    • burak
    • 24.02.10 | 04:21 (IST)

    Not a foreigner but An israeli professor is saying that. Really u should stop killings and begin to act for peace process. it is the right time for Israel. U may begin w/syria. Turkey still says that it is ready for mediation. I know that there will be many objections for turkey`s mediation but this may be turned into an advantage for Israel. Coz in peace-talks, Turkey puts more pressure on Syrian side as It has currently some problems w/ Israel. By declaring a fresh peace process Israel may even change its image which is suffering nowadays. and finally U may pave the way for a solution on Palestine Issue. Is there anyone who can analyze this situation in Israil foreign Ministry? I dunno. As a turk, I know only Lieberman and Ayalon there...

    from the article: Why does Israel continue to dismiss Obama's Mideast peace efforts?
    First published 01:29 24.02.10 | Last updated 08:14 24.02.10
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