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    the hollow cold war..., 2003-12-01 14:44:47 | Main | the hollow PR campaign..., 2003-12-01 18:55:23

    the hollow middle-east conflict:

    today Cursor points out the upcoming meeting for the "Geneva Accord" peace plan for the Israel-Palestinian conflict that 53% of Isrealis and 56% of Palestinians support. There is only a conflict between their respective political minorities: if either were democratic there would be no conflict.

    The agreement would require Israel to pull back to its 1967 borders, transferring the Israeli population out of the territories and leaving settlement infrastructure to the Palestinian sovereign. Palestinians will forego the right of return. Palestine shall be a "non-militarized state with a strong security force" and a Multinational Force would be "established to provide security guarantees" and deployed to Palestine.

    This solution is more or less exactly what I've been talking about.


:: posted by buermann @ 2003-12-01 15:42:50 CST | link





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