Why even have peace talks? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Stevan
    • 26.01.12 | 10:25 (IST)

    Israel only wants peace talks to cover up for there wrong doing. For example, let us say that we have a piece of cheese and two different countries want that peace of cheese. Now let us say that these two countries decide to negotiate over this peace of cheese. Whats the point of negotiating if one country (israel) is eating that piece of cheese while they are negotiating. By the time they are done negotiating that piece of cheese (the land) will be all gone.

    from the article: Palestinians: Peace negotiations with Israel have ended
    First published 00:49 26.01.12 | Last updated 00:49 26.01.12
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