Monday, January 24, 2011

Interesting reading in the Jerusalem Post this morning.

One article (this one in Al-Jazeera) says the P.A. is rejecting the Palestine Papers.  Another suggests the Palestinians are saying Al-Jazeera falsely made the "peace offerings" sound like Palestinian whereas in fact, Abbas (of the P.A.) says they were actually Israeli positions.  Interesting.   Another article further down says that Avigdor Lieberman, the Israeli foreign minister now says "documents prove there's no chance of peace" and he slams "left-wing Olmert, Livni government for not being able to reach agreement (earlier).  The only solution he sees is a very "long-term interim agreement".  [Good luck with that as well.  I think the we're past the point of staying still.]

Anyway, the whole thing is a mess, but you'll want to read this for yourself.  Man-made peace in the Middle East is elusive and many of us believe it is not to be attained, believing it will only come with the Prince of Peace.  And He won't wait to be asked when the time is right.  The consequences may however be climatic.

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