From the article: Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister and Likud Party Chief
Hamas in Gaza. West Bank settlements. Hezbollah in Lebanon. The still-occupied Golan heights. A more radicalized Arab world, and more polarized Israeli public. No breakthrough Palestinian leadership to speak of. Benjamin Netanyahu's challenges as Israel's prime minister are endless. But so are the possibilities. He's known as a hawk, more uncompromising and hawkish than most figures on the Israeli scene. But he's promising to participate in the peace process. What are his options to make good on the promise? Here's your chance to give suggestions. Three will do.
- By dropping his ultra-right wing coalition partners and joining labour on the basis of a realistic peace program based on the road-map and the Saudi initiative. This is in the medium term. In the short term halt the settlements, release Palestinian prisoners and withdraw from the occcupied territories. Comply with the UN resolutions 242, 338, 181 and 194 etc.
- —Guest nehad ismail
Three Options for Peace
- l. Continuing building anywhere in Israel. 2.Disregard anything obama wants, because all wants is to hurt Israel. 3. Go to other sources for any weapons needed.
- —Guest Murray Leeds
- By becoming compassionate, fair, generous and truthful. for Israeli policy makers this would call for a complete makeover. Talk about and search for ways to a nuclear free world by eliminating the N weapons from the middle east right now. Negotiating in equality with Palestinians not in blame and with threats and domination.
- —Guest Charu Colorado