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Discussion in '2006 Archive' started by Enoch, Mar 28, 2006.
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Turning to the Palestinians, Olmert said: "We are prepared to compromise, give up parts of our beloved land of Israel, remove, painfully, Jews who live there, to allow you the conditions to achieve your hopes and to live in a state in peace and quiet."
Utter foolishness...and in the interest of peace
Agreed. You can't make deals with the devil/terrorists.
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Way to go, Kadima Party!
Would you say the same for the Palestinian Government...you know, Hamas, the folks that Israel is about to give land to and establish as a government all in the name of peace. I am not sure yet whether or not this is a good thing. I want peace in Israel, but I don't think it will be achieved by giving the Palestinians more land. If that were the case, this conflict would have ended years ago. Sharansky and I still agree when we state that the only way to achieve peace in Israel is to demand reciprocity from the Palestinian Government and connect their willingness to give and take to them recieving what they want.
I don't like Hamas but as far as I can tell Hamas won the Palestinian election fair and square.
I guess I just don't know why you are so happy that Kadima won.
It keeps hardliners like Netanyahu out of power.
What is a hardliner and what do they want to do that is so bad?
I don't think that folks like Netanyahu want a two state solution and would scuttle any effort to create this solution.
What do you base that on?
I have kept up with Netanyahu over the years. I have a friend at work who has been a big admirer of his for years.
What has he said or done to make you believe this?
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a painful political setback Sunday night at the hands of his rival, former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, when the Likud Central Committee adopted a resolution completely rejecting the creation of a Palestinian state.
From the same article:
and this quote, from an article about Bibi on Wikipedia:
Sounds like reciprocity on the road to self governance, which would at least be a first step to them getting their own state to me. This doesn't sound like a person who doesn't want peace or doesn't want the Palestinians to have their own land to me.
That's okay, Joseph. We just have different views on Mr. Netanyahu.
Do we have different views on reciprocity also?