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Truth or Dare Pt IV - 'Palestinian' Fortunes Have Lost a Voice – Who Speaks Now?

Reader comment on item: Convincing Anti-Zionists that the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict Is Over
in response to reader comment: Signs of Thawing in Israeli-'Palestinian' Stance - Truth or Dare - Part III

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 10, 2020 at 12:08

How Pandemic has Made History Harder for 'Palestinians':

The 'Palestinians' have been kept under wraps because voices of their discontent did not reveal to them what was necessary for lives led in peace; for peace in the heart does not come from rhetoric of hatred, of which the 'Palestinians' are never in short supply. It is indeed a sad time.
Who will argue for peace now? Erekat did not argue for peace for Israel as did the Arabs in other parts of the Middle East; what will his successor be thinking since peace with Israel is still not guaranteed but necessary and the "Palestinian' cause has yet to understand what they have lost with no peace.
The Chinese COVID-19 pandemic has left its imprint on all civilization and it has become an involuntary arbiter that knows no distinction of persons; heads of state as well as the common folk now know its truth.
Who will speak for 'Palestinian' peace now?

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