"For there to be peace between Israelis and Palestinians, America must change. This will not come easily. There will be more of the proverbial "gnashing of teeth" and complaints that the "Palestinians are pursuing a dangerous course" or "forcing us to do this or that". In reality, however, all that we are being forced to do is come to grips with our own failure and face up to what is increasingly becoming the reason behind our self-imposed isolation."
"Jews and Palestinians never risk to live alone or die alone. We are condemned to walk side by side or to hang by each other. We were never enemies with the Jews until 1948. I am all for the Jews to have freedom of expression, home and homeland. I am ready to struggle with the Jews because they are human beings. But when my people cannot live, how can I agree when my people are homeless, the scattered, the dispersed, how can I agree? There should be another solution so that there is justice, peace and security."
"An honest media and an informed public are the basic foundations of a real democracy. They are missing in action and the public is deceived, manipulated and will eventually be hung to dry because critical knowledge is withheld regarding the energy fate of the U.S. and of mankind."
"The Palestinians are no closer to reconciliation now than they were six months ago. On the contrary, the longer our leaders remain divided, the more bitter the division becomes...I think perhaps the one thing to be learned is that there is always some glimmer of hope no matter how bleak."
"An American President who wants to undertake such a role must formulate a clear and detailed peace plan, with a strict timetable, and be prepared to invest all his resources and all his political capital in its realization. Among other things, he must be ready to confront, face to face, the powerful pro-Israel lobby."