mercredi, février 01, 2006


Reading the book, " From Beirut to Jerusalem" of Thomas L. Friedman, Chapter 18:"Talking with My grocer", p512-515, I found this passage:

"...Israelis and Palestinians are arguing about how to organize a dialogue that would discuss how to elect Palestinians to negotiate with Israel on its offer of autonomy for the Arab inhabitants of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. In other words, they are negotiating for a negotiation about organizing negotiations for an interim solution".
" I personally don't like Arabs and Arabs don't like me. Forty years in the same bed. There hasn't been love; there hasn't been sex. I want a divorce".
Israeli Major General (Res.)
Avigdor ben-Gal, former commander
of Israel's northern front, 1988"