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Fugacious attempts to Peace in Middle East

22 August, 2003

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On Thursday, Ismail Abu Shanab, a pragmatic Hamas Leader, was assassinated, in Riml, in a helicopter led attack tearing him with volley of missiles over his car taking two bodyguards along.

Reacting over this, the Palestinian freedom fighting groups Islamic Jihad and Hamas issued a joint statement, Friday, formally ending their seven-week-old unilateral respite.

Continuing the chain, Israeli administration is carrying out operations and search-outs for militant hunt in Nablus and Gaza and apparent arrest raids in Jenin and West Bank.

What do you think about the full-moon attacks of Israeli forces over Palestinians?

Will recent chain of incidents endanger the implementation of US led Peace-Plan for Middle East ?

Who will be responsible of disarraying Peace-Plan for Middle East?

Reader Comments:

Christian Evangelist

From Biblical perspective, Christian Evangelist's beleive that Greater Israel with Jurusalem as its capital would only make Jesus's ressurection possible.

I think, Muslim, Jews and Christian scholars should sit down and find a solution to this land of theological importance. The solution doesn't exist in political will but yes it does in theological context.

Agha, Pakistan - 22 August, 2003


In resolving disputes, the essence of justice demands who's the oppressed one.

Israel knows it won't be able to survive for long, untill it uses the force and oppress, not only palestinians, but also other arab countries like Jordan, egypt, lebanon and Syria. The disputes with all these countries justify the use of force and Israel is playing on this card.

AK, Pakistan - 22 August, 2003

The Journey without an End.

The roadmap had many pitfalls
that had been designed by the
Neocons both within and out of WashingtonDC to ensure the
blame for failure is slammed
on the Palestinians.The Likud
and other Ultra Rightists in
Israel,right from the start did not believe in the map.We
could see this from the way it was being conducted by the
Israel's government.Sharon
wanted this journey to fail,I
believe this was a calculated
victory for the Neocons, who
now will press Bush for very
drastic action against PLO.

Khalid Rahim, Canada - 23 August, 2003


I think palestine,israel should both agree on a neutral 3rd party to arbitrate their dispute.

They would make their complaints and demands to the arbitrator in private.

They would both agree that the judgement of the arbitrator is binding and final, and can not be appealed.

The arbitrator should be some country with absolutely no vested or biased interest in the outcome.

Ideally this arbitrating country would be neither christian nor muslim, so it could not be accused of bias.

I think japan would do nicely. It is neither christian nor muslim. It has no vested interest in the region, either ethnic group, religion, or any thing else.

Dan, United Kingdom - 23 August, 2003

Fugacious attempts to Peace in Middle East

I Feel that "Sharon's Wall" shows the world where the peace plan stands. For example, the wall is growing and road to peace, crumbling.

Eric, United Kingdom - 28 August, 2003

Israel-Palestinian Conflict

While the Israelis are educating their children and making huge progress in the technology, medical and other fields, Palestinians are teaching their children hate and to become shahids. They should dismantle the terror infrastructure and embark on the 'peace path'. This will create a strong future Palestinian society, proud of its offspring and heritage.

Raymond, United Arab Emirates - 19 September, 2003


I feel offended that my country, USA, give about 5 BILLION dollars to Israel every year, and basically to build up a military army that kills civilians.
The solution to this impasse is that ALL countries should break diplomatic relationships with Israel until It returns the occupied territories back to the Palestinians. Seems thst Israel does not go by the UN resolutions; then BAN Israel from the UN and the world bodies. People from the world write to your legislative representatives to act now!!
Enough is enough. The jews have stolen the laND AND MUST BE RETURNED!!

J. SHARTZER, United Kingdom - 25 October, 2003

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