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There may be a "peace" deal on the horizon

Reader comment on item: [After Sharon:] Israeli Politics Will Revert to Its Past

Submitted by Rench (United States), Jan 5, 2006 at 17:12

The future in a large degree is murky. So caution is always required.That being said, if the election trends continue the new Pm may feel it politicaly important to sign a peace accord in the same vein as the oslo etc.. This is most important to watch. I admit i may be wrong. But this is a possibility. I'm not saying any deal will make peace, I'm not foolish. But "peace"is increasingly on the agenda. And the realities of the oslo & more recently Gaza plans,doesnt seem to have made much of a dent. So ya politics as usual, but increasinly more danger prone. Unless the realities of the oslo and more recently gaza make a storng impact on the Isreali electorate, A "peace" deal may be closer than many may think. For good or for Ill.Time will tell.

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