Wow Netanyahu is rattled. Good. Goldstone will help peace, - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael
    • 30.09.09 | 18:21 (IST)

    It would be hilarious if it wasn't so sad, to see Bibi saying Goldstone will kill moves towards peace. You'd think the way he spoke Israel was on a headlong rush towards peace, making concessions right, left and centre, instead of as it really is, resisting any moves towards peace whatsoever. It's like he's taken the wheels off a car and then complained because someone put the handbrake on. In fact, in any case, the reverse is true. Goldstone can only help peace, because it destroys the long cherished Israeli belief that Israel is 100 per cent right and the Arabs and Pals 100 per cent wrong. That attitude has to go before peace can come. Israel is very well aware of the crimes against it, it has to acknowledge crimes against Arabs before 1948 and after.

    from the article: Goldstone: Israel intentionally targeted Gaza civilian sites
    First published 18:01 30.09.09 | Last updated 00:13 01.10.09
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