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Reader comment on item: Middle East Debate: Should Washington Actively Promote an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Settlement?

Submitted by Toqueer (United Kingdom), Oct 6, 2009 at 13:16

palestinians are not going to go away, if one sides recognise the other who will recognise palestine and what palestine will it be, june 1967, status quo meaning occupation where palestinians have limited attonomy, with so military force.

.settlements, if israel believes in peace why increase settlements in west bank and east jerusalem. shouldn't israel also be held account for breaking un resolution after the 1967 war. what about checkpoints, 10,000 prisoners in ireali prisons, many children and women. gaza war in 2006, where many innocents lost their life.

how can usa be a honest broker when it vetoes security council resolutions against isreal, bggest donor of aid, strong mititary trade deals.

only when there is justice, shall there be lasting peace and security. under oslo, did settlements stop, did israelis recognise palestine.


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