Israelis, Palestinians resuming negotiations after 5-year break, but skepticism runs high

  • Article by: IAN DEITCH , Associated Press
  • Updated: July 29, 2013 - 1:55 PM

JERUSALEM — Israeli and Palestinian teams flew to Washington on Monday to end five years of diplomatic stalemate and prepare for a new round of Mideast peace talks, though optimism was in short supply after two decades of failed attempts to reach a deal.

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birdpeepJul. 29, 1311:28 AM

The Palestinians would be fools not to engage in "peace" talks at this time. We have the most anti-Semetic administration since Carter in office right now, and Obama would like nothing better than forcing Israel to pre '67 borders with their enemies. Obama sees this as a chance to become the undisputed hero and leader of billions of Muslims if he can force the withdrawal and eventual collapse of Israel.

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mruniverseJul. 29, 1312:50 PM

The so-called peace between an Apartheid Regime and occupied and oppressed people will never come unless there will be an admission and an apology of the Apartheid Regime beforehand about the historical injustice that it committed against the Palestinian people. Anything short of that would be a waste of time and resources. It I simple, the Apartheid Regime can’t keep defying logic and continue with its occupation and pretend to negotiate just to make its theft of land legal. It won’t work.

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