Friday, April 02, 2004

yaledailynews.com - A high-profile assassination could lead to peace: "Unfortunately, Arafat has thus far proven incapable of making peace, and I believe that my hopes for the region will not be realized in the near future."

Bull. Arafat is entirely capable of peace. He won the Nobel Peace Prize because he gained major concessions from Israel, which could have led to a long-lasting peace. Instead, he decided to cancel the talks and declare a renewed intifada against Israel. He is capable. He chooses to continue the battle because he does not want peace, but the destruction of the Jewish state.

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