What was so different under previous governments? Did Arabs agree to any of the peace proposals from left-wing Avoda or centrist Kadima? What do you think will change when they come to power again? In terms of Israeli-Arab conflict absolutely nothing will change. Because the problem is in the hearts and minds of Arab majority, who OPENLY, CLEARLY and REPEATEDLY state they want Palestine in place of Israel, not alongside it.
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