Why is it that the Israeli government refuses to hold up their end of the bargain? There are several points in the brief history of Israel in which the government has agreed to the creation of a Palistinian state on the negotiating table, but then when they arrive back in Tel Aviv, it's as if they've forgotten about the whole thing and go back to what they were doing. Why? Why is it so hard to: 1) have muslims and jews living in the same state? 2) keep your end of the bargain, and create a Palistinian state? If Israel had done as it had promised to do many times before (and I don't mean just at Camp David, there are times both before and after that have addressed the same situation, and yielded similar results concerning Palestine), then many of the tensions in the Middle East would not be as problematic as they are now. For example, I doubt that, if Israel had created a Palistinian state, and given back, say, the West Bank, then Ahmadinajad would probably not care too much about Israel, and, well, the whole arab world wouldn't hate the US AS MUCH. So Israel, grow up, and be a man, and do what you said you would so many years ago.