The sellout continues. Where’s the opposition?

By Ted Belman

The GoI is moving to change Israel’s miraculous victory in ’67 to its most devastating defeat.

Everything that Israel gained is to be returned and Israel will be left with the financial burden of at least $25 billion to resettle its best citizens. If their abject failure to resettle 8,000 residents of Gush Katif is any indicator, the proposed resettlement will be an unmitigated disaster. It will destroy Israel, body and soul.

JPOST reviews the give aways,

[..] Among the proposals made by the Israeli team was an offer to share control of the Temple Mount between the three major religions (Judaism, Islam and Christianity) and to cede control of the Arab neighborhoods of east Jerusalem to the PA.

The prime minister emphasized that renewed relations between Hamas and Fatah would lead to halting of discussions.

An unconfirmed Al Jazeera report claimed that the Israeli proposal made no mention of the Palestinian “right of return,” but that it called to create a demilitarized Palestinian state within the borderlines of June 4th 1967.

In exchange for large settlements Israel would like to keep, it would turn over unsettled ground equal in size to the Palestinians, the Qatar-based channel claimed. Neither Palestinian nor Israeli sources verified any of the details reported by Al Jazeera.

Meanwhile Abbas is still playing the reluctant bride,

The PA chairman, on his side, issued a “message of reassurance” to his people early Tuesday morning, saying that he would only be willing to discuss a Palestinian state if Olmert offers him a final agreement, and would reject any temporary solution.

Abbas also said that while he was willing to conduct secret negotiations, any agreement reached secretly would have to pass the test of a referendum among the Palestinians in the West Bank and be approved by the PLO’s Legislative Council.

Interestingly he didn’t include the Palestinians in Gaza.

Hamas on the other hand announced that it would prevent any deal/

August 28, 2007 | Comments Off on The sellout continues. Where’s the opposition?

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