As I was surfing the internet I found this website (www.friendasoldier.com), It's aim is to bring peace & reach to areas of conflict, but the best part is that the founders are a former IDF soldiers & they are committed to answer any question you ask.
As a peacemaker I found my self in a position of helping that website to grow up by sharing with you this information.
My question here is: Do you really think It is helpful to let only a soldier answer sensitive questions related to peace and conflict in the Middle East?
At least you acknowledged that the Arabs may be at fault for starting the 6 day war and I am sure you will agree that they were wrong in starting an invasion in 1948.
I don't know why you seem to go on these rambling misrepresentations and presumptions - I am forced to echo Waddah's question to you - Why are you on a site like this ? You said authoritatively :)
judging by the words of Obama (the Palestinians don't want peace),
What Obama reputedly said as he politicked with Orthodox Jewish leaders on Tuesday . YNet reports :
US President Barack Obama told Orthodox Jewish leaders on Tuesday that PA President Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority may be too politically weak to deliver a peace agreement and that he fears that the window of opportunity for a deal is closing.
Nevertheless, Obama said he intends to continue to promote the two-state solution. In a meeting with Orthodox Union leaders at the White House Obama said that he had been consistent in his support for Israel throughout his first term as president
Obama said that differences with Israel were in part due to the quirk of history of a centrist US government and a right-wing Israeli government coexisting. He noted that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted to act without restraints, but that most leaders wanted the same. Netanyahu does not want to be seen as bowing to the US administration and being perceived as weak, he said.
"Obama was quoted by various media outlets as telling American Orthodox representatives during a meeting at the White House on Tuesday that it was “possible” that Abbas may no longer be interested in peace and that the window for peace negotiations may already have closed."
Lefts face it , we are both advocates for a side and we see peace evolving differently. To claim that you somehow represents Mepeace is simply folly. Mepeace is not a homogeneous group in anyone's mold I would wager a bet that you would have a lively discussion on what constitutes peace.You expect me to embrace your narrative without any critical thinking and I expect you to understand my narrative.
Ultimately you, I or any peace group combinations matter very little as it is the Israeli voter in conjunction with the Arabs that will decide their faith. I do not see either rushing to make peace or even an understanding. Until they do that there cannot be any peace.