of the many shocks to those who start researching the Israeli
Palestinian Conflict is coming to the realization that there never has
been a middle east peace process only a series of attempts by Israel to
May 15, 2011
Guardian (UK) - Why I blew the whistle about Palestine
January 27, 2011
G&M - Israel rejected historic concessions, ‘Palestine Papers’ reveal
we know for sure that it is the Palestinians who do not have a peace
partner. As usual reader comments on this article clearly indicate
that Canadians have not been fooled by Israeli propaganda and media
bias in favour of Israel.]
January 1, 2011
Haaretz - Gideon Levy - The Year of Truth
July 20, 2009
The international community may finally be beginning to register the utter futility of decades-long expectations that an Israeli government would agree to a fair and workable peace agreement, one that would end the four-decade subjugation and denial of the Palestinian people's national and individual rights.
December 24, 2007
The chief of the Hamas government in the Gaza Strip, Ismail Haniyeh, has approached an Israeli newspaper and proposed a cease-fire. No more Qassams, no more mortars, no suicide bombings, no Israeli military incursions into the Strip, no "targeted liquidations" of leaders. A total cease-fire. And not only in the Gaza Strip, but in the West Bank, too.
The military leadership exploded in anger. Who does he think he is, that bastard? That he can stop us with such dirty tricks?
THIS IS the second time within a few days that an attempt has been made to thwart our war plans.
December 21, 2007
YNet - Catholic leader rejects Israel's Jewish identity
Sabbah denounced Israel's demand to be recognized as a Jewish state by
the Palestinians and said "God made this land for all three of us, so a
suitable state is one who can adapt itself to the vocation of this
The first formal Israeli Palestinian negotiating process for seven years made an acrimonious start yesterday in the shadow of plans for new Jewish housing in Arab East Jerusalem and the threat of military escalation in Gaza.
Palestinian negotiators used the first session since the international Middle East conference in Annapolis to express their outrage over plans for an expansion of the settlement of Har Homa - already criticised by the US, EU and UK government.
Modern international law has emphatically prohibited the acquisition of territory by force since the end of the Second World War. The 1945 United Nations Charter is built upon this principle, it enjoys virtual universal acceptance, and it has been endorsed by the International Court of Justice and by all leading international law scholars. Over the past forty years, both the Security and Council and the General Assembly have repeatedly endorsed the dictum of “no title by conquest”, with direct reference to the territories occupied by Israel. This prohibition applies whether the conflict is characterized as a war of aggression or one of self-defence.
Zmag - Israel's strategy for permanent occupation and apartheid
September 22, 2007
Jerusalem Post - Israel rejects Hamas's offer for cease-fire in Gaza Strip