In the discussion thread: AIPAC, Israel, and the Hypocritical Claim of Backing a Two-State Solution [View all]
Response to azurnoir (Reply #22)
Fri Mar 9, 2012, 10:16 PM
shira (20,149 posts)
27. To Olmert, immediately. Let the world know that, like Sadat, he is serious about peace...
...by stopping the Jew hating/murderous incitement in the West Bank. Abbas could then make a request to do the same as Sadat did while addressing the Israeli Knesset for the world to see, especially within the territories (in Arabic preferably, while subtitled into other languages like hebrew and english). Start advocating for genuine peace and tolerance. Denounce Hamas, etc. He'd have the Israeli population eating out of the palms of his hands.
There's simply no way Netanyahu would have been voted in. Livni had more votes and would have arguably had many more if Abbas had committed himself to closing a reasonable.
I never said Hamas was Hezbollah, but they are the same WRT wanting to rule rather than be ruled. They're both extreme terrorist organizations committed to evil and will not hand their guns over without a fight.
You also totally ignored what I wrote in my last post before yours about your own contradictions WRT Hamas. You don't think it's fair Hamas would have to be dethroned and demilitarized before a peace deal is cut. But you also say you want peace. You can't have both, so cut the shit. Egypt and Jordan proved they were committed to ending all violence against Israelis. Hamas has not. When they come to their senses and also talk about real peace, then you'll have a better argument. But now, not so much.
I realize you must blame and delegitimize Israel every chance you get, but putting all the blame on Israel and none on the Palestinians is ridiculous.
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