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    • Milton
    • 04.12.09 | 12:10 (IST)

    Netanyahu, Barak, and Livni need to sit down with Obama, Biden, and Hillary and hammer out all the details of the final status negotiations. Then they need to sell it to the EU and the rest of the world as the best case scenario for an actual resolution to the conflict. And then they need to implement it unilaterally. Why this way? Because, let's face it, no PA leader is going to be able to reach a deal with Israel, especially with Hamas hanging over their shoulder. And any peace negotiations with Hamas would prove pointless, because their demands would be considered unreasonable by Israel. An agreement forced on the Palestinians will be met with terrorism, but so would any agreement. The terrorists are not going to go away just because a bunch of politicians sign a piece of paper. Ergo, the only people of power that Israel needs to appease are the Americans first and foremost, and the Europeans secondarily.

    from the article: U.S. falls short in bid to gain support for Israel's settlement freeze
    First published 00:46 04.12.09 | Last updated 02:53 04.12.09
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