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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 06.05.10 | 15:34 (IDT)

    They have no intention of discussing substantive issues. What you will hear coming from netanyahu and his cronies is that the palestinians are being unreasonable and are working to make the talks fail. netanyahu may offer a few scrapes of what looks like increased autonomy for the designated Areas but their focus will be on Israel's security needs since they are talking up their position that the palestinians are not a reliable partner. Israel, including its silent majority who make the occupation possible, has decided on a course of: "we'll go it alone". They will become increasingly isolated, and like always, they will make certain the talks go nowhere and of course blame the Palestinians for objecting to Israel continuing to devour what they are deciding should belong to the palestinian state. netanyahu, you see, never meant that he accepted a two state solution. It is anethema to is ideology.

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