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Whoever said that Palestinians want peace with Israel?

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Submitted by Greg (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 23:55

Where did anyone get the idea that Palestinians really want peace with Israel?

Certainly not from what its leaders told them in private and IN ARABIC.

Israel and the non-Arabic world arrived at this conclusion solely on their own by believing what Palestinian leaders said the Western media out of one side of their mouths. The West and Israel bought into the Palestinian propaganda machine hook, line, and sinker.

Meanwhile, the majority of Palestinians bought into the Arafat promise of a "Judenfrei" Palestinian state from the Jordan to the Medeterranian. Any "peace agreements" made by Palestinians were always seen as "hudnas" or temporary ceasefires.

Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, Israel's present leadership is embarking on yet another suicidal, unilateral retreat in exchange for a peace promise for Palestinians do not want to make nor have ever wanted.

Which part of "Palestinians want an end to Israel, not an end to war" did they not understand?

The only peace that they will accept is the peace that comes from cleansing the Middle-East of all Jews.

When one party does not want, then the only way to convince them of it is through unconditional surrender.
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