12:05 AM CST on Saturday, December 6, 2003
Geneva Accord a
recipe for failure
The Geneva Accord
is illegal – and is a recipe for failure.
We are for peace,
and encourage any effort that might assist in putting an end to the
gruesome bloodshed in the Middle East for the sake of both the
Palestinian and the Israeli children. As such, we will not belittle any
Palestinian who signed or agreed with the Geneva Accord.
We also understand
the complexity of the Arab-Israeli conflict. We can appreciate that some
Israelis leaped a very courageous wide step in admitting, accepting and
signing some articles in the accord that used to be considered a taboo
in the Israeli psyche. Such long-time overdue steps should be applauded.
But those could be
a cornerstone, not the end. Despite those positive points in the accord,
it remains only one positive Israeli step that fell short of resolving
the Palestinian Israeli conflict.
Here are three
routes for peace in the Middle East, based on the international law:
1) The one-state
solution. One man-one vote after the return of all the Palestinian
2) Implement U.N.
Resolution 181, which called on partitioning the historic Palestine into
3) Implement U.N.
Resolutions 242, 338, 194.