Good points in the article. Everyone knows that in the end, it is about Jerusalem. Does anyone in the Israeli government have the right to decide for future generations? The rest is commentary. And we are back to square one. Ramallah it seems is enjoying unprecendented prosperity, yet they are hard up for cash, and needing donations from the Arab world. Gilad Shalit is in the hands of Khaled Mashal and the like. Are the "Peace talks" going to address this very real issue? And what about all those Iranian long-range rockets looming in the horizon w/an explicit threat of strikes not only in the region but at American interests around the globe? It seems to me that these are the real issues that should be discussed, and not issues of prestige where Jerusalem would be traded like some inocuous peace of real estate so that some can go down in history, that "I, etc., etc.," before World War Three erupts which would be just what Iran wants to prove its hegemony over the West, and not vice versa.
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