Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by Sixties Fan, Mar 18, 2017.
The Oslo handshake, 25 years on - The Boston Globe
The problem with the so called peace process is that the proposed solutions do not match the problems.
It is like buying a new battery for your car when you have a flat tire.
How would you define the problem?
The problem with prompting any peace process is the fact that Arabs-Moslems are poorly disposed toward accommodation for competing religions. I can understand that people have hopes of improving their condition but why would anyone think that religious bigots such as the Muslim Brotherhood would be the way to achieve that?
It's worthwhile pointing out that it wasn’t all that long ago when Anwar el-Sadat was murdered by gunfire at a public speaking engagement. His assassins were dispatched by the Muslim Brotherhood. Sadat, then president of Egypt, was the first Arab/Moslem leader courageous enough to make a formal peace deal with Israel. For that unpardonable sin, he was murdered.
They view the problem as two nationalities.
The problem is colonization.
This is not a religious conflict.
Another of the standard slogans you dump into threads.
The term Allah appears ninety two times (92) in the Hamas charter.
Why Camp David was unacceptable.
No, Islamics see the problem in terms of the despised Jew having a presence in an Islamist waqf.
That is spelled out in explicit terms in the Hamas charter.
You can’t even begin to define the problem because you can’t be honest enough to acknowledge the core issue.
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