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Friday, August 22, 2008

Israel to pay 'Palestinians' to leave with Saudi approval?

Get a load of this from an article in Friday's Haaretz by leftist writer Akiva Eldar:
The next morning [Retired billionaire Daniel] Abrams [the founder of SlimFast. CiJ] meets me again, after examining Shai Agassi's electric car. He arrives at a cafe on Netanya's beach, wearing stylish jeans and a sports shirt. He asks one of his aides to show me two documents. One described a fascinating conversation Abrams had held with one of Israel's leading rabbis. The second was a record of a meeting Abrams held half a year ago in the United States with a senior, influential Arab figure. The Israeli prime minister himself is very familiar with this document. Without violating the promise to keep its contents a secret, it can be said that it contains a practical, financial proposal for solving the Palestinian refugee problem - an offer even Benjamin Netanyahu would have trouble refusing.

If this is real, why are they keeping it secret?


At 5:18 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Paying them not to leave, but to stay out, this talk has been around for a while. But '67 "borders" or at least more land are still part of the exchange--Israel gives land and $$, gets nothing but a promise and elemination of the refugee issue, which was nothing but a pawn to be played to begin with.


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