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By Caroline Glick Since Israel was established the Palestinian veto doomed all efforts to forge peace between the Arab world and the Jewish state.
The Palestinian veto rests on a toxic proposition that Israel’s right to exist is contingent on its satisfaction of Palestinian claims against it. So long as the Palestinian Arabs say they are unappeased, Israel cannot expect the Arab world to either recognize or live in peace with it.
The very existence of the veto has ensured that the Palestinians will never be satisfied with any Israeli concession and will never agree to peaceful coexistence with the Jewish state.