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Reader comment on item: Israeli-Palestinian talks resume

Submitted by Nazim Cairo (Egypt), Aug 9, 2013 at 17:15

The two-state peace process has zero possibility of "success," and that even a hypothetical agreement could not be ratified by the masses of Palestinians or Israelis (eg., by referendum). Yet the pretense continues. More important is to focus elsewhere right now like Egypt for example. This is more important for the World, compared to the insignificance of this old conflict.

In the long run all Palestinians will become Israeli citizens and vote. That is a just resolution and its achievable through non-violence and democratic means. The sooner the two-state hallucination is rejected, the better.


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