Wednesday, September 23, 2009

It's Ours - But For Peace - But Peace? Gotta Be Kidding

Some of us just can't make up our minds and therefore the polls always swing.

For example, in Givat Ze'ev:

Everyone asserted their absolute right to live in what they considered part of Israel obtained legitimately, in their view, through conquest. One elderly
man said it was the West Bank only "on paper, not in life". But when asked if they'd be prepared to surrender their homes to enable a two-state peace deal with Palestinians, most said yes, as long as there was proper compensation. However, there was deep scepticism that peace was possible, or that Givat Ze'ev and other settlements around Jerusalem would be forfeited to create a Palestinian state.

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