Report: Mubarak rejects Netanyahu's 'peace map'
Roee Nahmias
Published: 20.07.10, 13:22
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1. Kick in the face
Paul ,   Jerusalem   (07.20.10)
A shameless Jew trying to give away Jewish land to a closet Muslim. What a shame that Bibi has to demean the Jewish nation.
2. Netanyahu's Belief's?
Doug ,   Rochester, USA   (07.20.10)
Google Netanyahu 2001
3. what a funny!
Salma ,   Palestine   (07.20.10)
Every "Israeli" leader has 'peace map', while in fact a 'peace map' used to give the impression that leaders have 'peace map' ! no more. Is it clear ?!
4. :: Doug - #2 - Bibi
Matty Groves ,   Fairport   (07.20.10)
Obviously this was all before Obama came to power and showed Israel who was boss. Here is the Hebrew and English transcripts:
5. #3 You are right Salma
PartialObserverver ,   USA   (07.20.10)
Let all laugh about it, and stop pretending that You and I are actually interested in peace. Hahaha...hehehe.
6. My dear Salma
Yossef ,   חוץ לארץ   (07.20.10)
Your are very clear. There will be no Palestine and Israel side by side. Or as some people say, there is already Jordan, and Gaza the historical land of Phlashtim. I believe either in a confederation or a total war. חוץ מזה מנשמה?
7. The constant coming to and going away from Egypt and the...
Jehudah Ben-Israel ,   Qatzrin, Israel   (07.20.10)
...Arab League is clearly an indication that the Arab Israeli conflict is just that, a conflict between the Muslim-Arab world and the nation-state of the Jewish people, Israel. And therefore, the conflict must be solved based on a regional UN resolution designed for it: UN Security Council Resolution 242, as is. This resolution, which has been accepted by all the relevant parties and has been the basis for all talks and actual peace treaties, calls upon Israel to withdraw its armed forces from "territories", not from all of them, to "secure and recognized boundaries", not to the 1967 armistice lines. Furthermore, 242 does not mention at all the need to created an additional state in the region and it certainly doesn't mention concepts such as "Palestine" or "Palestinians". It assumes that once Israel withdraws from "territories", Egypt will come back to rule Gaza and Jordan will return to rule much of the West Bank. Now, since this is a resolution passed unanimously by the international community, isn't it time the same community demand that 242 is implemented, as is...??!!
8. Mubarak is not king of Israel
Brod ,   USA   (07.20.10)
Mubarak is not god or king of Israel, Egypt is irrelevant, The other Islamist-Jihadist states in the region are irrelevant. Bibi should stop meeting with Mubarak or any of the wolves in the region. The fact is it is Islam-Jihadism that is Israel's greatest enemy. There will be NO peace with Islam-Jihadism. Islam-Jihadism is hellbent on the destruction of Israel and other non-Islamist countries in the world. It is time the world wakes up to this reality.
9. Gaza back to Egipht ??????
ROSENVALD ,   BRASIL   (07.20.10)
Gaza back to Egipht ??????
10. Egyptian Paper Praised Tel Aviv Bombing of Jewish Innocents
Linda Rivera ,   New York   (07.20.10)
After the 1979 peace agreement Israel made with Egypt where Israel surrendered the Sinai to attacker Egypt; triumphant and victorious Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, boasted in a New York Times interview: "Poor Menachem, he has his problems... After all, I got back... the Sinai and the Alma oil fields, and what has Menachem got? A piece of paper." For signing this worthless piece of paper the U.S. gifts aggressor Egypt with 2.2 billion dollars every year. The rewards are enormous for those who attack Israel. The Bloody Peace Egypt Offers Israel: Associated Press Egyptian paper praises Tel Aviv bombing State-controlled Al Gomhuria calls Monday's suicide bombing 'sacrificial, martyrdom attack,' warns more attacks to follow 04.18.06 An Egyptian state-controlled newspaper praised Monday's suicide attack in Tel Aviv, which killed nine people and wounded dozens, calling it an act of sacrifice and martyrdom.,7340,L-3241041,00.html Egypt created the PLO. The PLO Charter calls for the destruction of Israel. The Arab League's Charter states its goal is to eradicate the Zionist entity.
11. Likud should replace Bibi immediately.
Chaim ,   Israel   (07.20.10)
Bibi has no mandate to cede a single grain of Israeli sand. Bibi's offer of our land to our enemies is a blatant betrayal of everything Likud stands for and everything Israel voted for. Likud should replace him immediately.
12. #4 Showed Israel who was the boss.
Joey Rose ,   Portland   (07.20.10)
By licking their boots, like he did a few weeks ago, only to get some house demolitions a few days later for his efforts?
13. #5 Your stupid laugh makes me Laugh :))
Salma ,   Palestine   (07.20.10)
14. 1967 borders? the egyptians then wanted those wiped out
stude ham   (07.20.10)
so to hell with mubarak's visions of a border. build israel build! and don't get involved with dull pencil markings.
15. 242
Seppo ,   Finland   (07.20.10)
Arabs suggested border 1967 in voting for 242 but their proposal was rejected by the UN. Thus this border line exists only in arab imagination and in the thoughts with many US Presidents to serve arabs for their oil. When US Presidents suggest it, it obviously becomes the target for arabs. No international agreement supports that borderline. In 1967 US top military chiefs estimated which would be secure borders for Israel militarily. Info available in
16. # 7 Spot on!
Dan ,   Manchester, UK   (07.20.10)
17. :: Joey - #12
May   (07.20.10)
It is called a Stick and a Carrot. BTW how is the construction of those 1,600 housing units in E Jerusalem going - broken ground yet?
18. Yossef, how are you?!
Salma ,   Palestine   (07.20.10)
Just because you're in Europe, i will not say anything angers you. maybe when you return ;)
19. Not a single sq cm to the Terror Org.
AlbertoGA ,   St.George, USA   (07.20.10)
I am surprise there is any talk in that direction. Bibi, did you make any mistake that will cost dearly ! ?
20. Mubarak
Leah ,   Netanya   (07.20.10)
Mubarak needs to find a successor right now to keep his own house in order.
21. Israel only has a right on peace cnditions
Mark Bernadiner ,   Pearland, USA   (07.20.10)
The first rule of war: if enemies do not surrender, kill them. As Israel won all wars against muslims, Israel only has rights to dictate peace conditions. If muslims would not like to except them, Israel must exterminate them by any means. That what USSR, Britain, and US have done in WWII, as this is only way to get a firm and long lasting peace.
22. Article is total BS
Gee ,   Zikron Yaakov   (07.20.10)
We have not and would not present anything to the Egyptians. They have no say in the matter, nor do they have any ability to get the Arabs to fulfill any obligations or make peace. The Arabs do not want peace and they have proven this many thousands of times over.
23. same old story
galut ,   selah   (07.20.10)
dividing the land is not the answer... learning to live in peace with each other is.....
24. Israel two states
greg ,   USA   (07.20.10)
Since at the time Israel was created-none of the present day surrounding countries had set borders (I mean where is Kurdistan today?) why not have Jordan give up the east bank and israel the west bank? This would creat a better state.
25. Israel wake up and stop these suicidal 'peace' talks.
Lee ,   Manchester UK   (07.20.10)
they are designed to destroy you bit by bit at the dictation by the LYING arabs. They never wanted peace and NOTHING has changed.
26. In the San Remo Conference, and then as part of
Jehudah Ben-Israel ,   Qatzrin, Israel   (07.20.10)
the League of Nations resolutions of 1922 - two of the most important legal documents regarding the status of "Palestine" - "Palestine" was defined as the territory - not a state, not a country!!! - that at present day consist of Jordan, 78% of the territory, while the rest consist of Israel, the "west bank" and Gaza. Clearly, the Arabs have taken control of most of the territory, i.e. Jordan and Gaza, that according to both the San Remo and the League of Nations was to be the "national home of the Jewish people". Isn't it time to be intellectually honest and say: enough is enough...??!!
27. Salma
Yossef ,   חוץ לארץ   (07.20.10)
Thanks, I'm fine. I know that you don't believe in the 2 states solution too. You made that clear more than once. We have to be very creative if we want to avoid a non-solution or/and a war. I believe in a common future. Hebrews used to live with and to marry non jews, Tsipora, Moshe's wife was a daughter of Midian מדין , Jethro her father was the great פriest of Midian. Ruth was Moabite, she is David's Grand'Ma. Well, you get it. Be well ;)
28. If true, Mubarak was right
WilliH ,   Oregon, USA   (07.20.10)
Probably not a true story. If it is true, though, it would be quite understandable as Mubarak values stability and having a terrorist state next door would undermine that stability.
29. Oh For the Mushroom Clouds
Dav Lev ,   Burbank. CAUSA   (07.21.10)
Today, I happen to have dealt with an employee from Lebanon. I am a Jew with a Jewish name. We got along just acrimony. We concluded the business. We did not kill one another. In leaving, I said,"we are both Semitges". He grinned. He did not shoot me. This is the USA. My point, when both sides compromise for a lasting peace...(UN24), enforceable, this conflict (sans Iran) will end after 100 years. Whether San Remo, the League of Nations..letc. history is futile here. The reality is the present. Either they will live in peace, or all die in warfare. Castro is right, a nuke war is inevitable.Then that Lebanonese and I can talk about the good old days..when Israeli Jews and Muslims...existed.
30. #27 - I agree with your idea of a common future,
lara ,   Australia   (07.21.10)
However, I fear it wont happen anytime soon. My cousin married a Jew, I also have a few uncles who married Muslims, and they're all Lebanese Maronite. I think peace will exist when people can see a person, before the religion but this wont happen for many more generations. I also believe Salma is right in not believing in a 2 state solution, even a Jewish state is not a solution. The state should be based on a race of people of all religions and not exclusive to any one particular religion. Palestine/Israel is an important holy site to the three major religious groups, Judaism, Islam & Christianity and it should be a state of co-existance, not a Jewish state of segragation.
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