June 27, 2002
The peace proposal which makes peace impossible

I can see that Arafat has to go before there can be any chance of peace, but surely Sharon has to go too.

Arafat colludes with the terrorists, and Sharon is a war criminal.

But the real problem, as David Aaronovitch points out, is that the President's proposal gives an effective veto to peace to just about everybody. The suicide bombers don't want peace. If bombing serves to block the peace process, then this will only encourage more bombings.

Robert Fisk is also well worth reading. He is somewhat knee-jerk anti-American and anti-Israeli, so you have to factor that into your reading, but he understands the Palestinians better than just about anyone. And most of the time he is quite justified in his anti-American and anti-Israeli writing.

On a lighter note...

Posted to The Big Room by Simon Brunning at June 27, 2002 10:36 AM
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