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Reader comment on item: The Motives Behind Palestinian Leader's Effort to Gain Statehood at U.N.
in response to reader comment: Come, let us reason together

Submitted by Ilene Richman (United States), Sep 27, 2011 at 09:31

I agree with you that there are many problems between countries in this world. But, one thing I never hear is the UN's involvement in any of these problems. eg: Burma and China Kashmir between India and Pakistan The Kurds and Turkey All that seems to be on the agenda is Israel and Palestine. Pres. Clinton worked out an agreement with Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat sometime in the late 90's. Arafat walked away from this agreement. Therefore, the Oslo Accords are dead in the water. It is time for Israel to take over the West Bank and Gaza. The Palestinians, in conjunction with the dictatorships in the UN, make many demands of Israel. Well, those demands are "gone with the wind". Abbas has been invited many times to meet with PM Netanyahu and has declined the invitation.

Now Abbas goes whining to the dictators in the UN with a "wish list". Sorry Abbas. Your wish list is declined. You had your chance to negotiate with Netanyahu. Therefore, pick up and move to Jordan which is the Palestinian state. How many Palestinian states do we need, especially a 23rd Arab state.? Enough is enough of your deception and conniving ways and demands. You cannot demand anything of Israel. You lost your chance. You are so deceitful that you stated you would not allow any Jewish people in the Palestinian area. You have named your streets after suicide bombers. We don't want to hear anything more of your lies. I am going to write to the UN to have any membership of a terrorist state denied in the UN today. Count on it.


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