Will the Real Palestinian Please Stand Up!

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  1. Steve Blowers says:

    I agree, terminology is very important. Israel continues to give creedence to a lie by negotiating with a non existent people. Lots of fine things in Bibi’s speech to the UN but I can’t for the life of me understand why he still talks about a two state solution. Israel’s biggest mistake was in not annexing Gaza, Judea and Samaria in 1967. The population of these areas was far less then. than it is now. It would have been a bold step but I believe it would have avoided 68 years of sorrow and bloodshed. It is probably too late now.

  2. Sheri Oz says:

    Well, what some are now talking about is annexing Area C and establishing an independent state in Areas A and B. That is still doable, if there is someone on the other side who is serious about building a state there. I agree, it was a colossal mistake not to annex all the territories we released from occupation (Egyptian and Jordanian occupation) as we did the territory we released from Syrian occupation – the Golan.

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