Excuse the sarcasm, but after all this time, I'm firmly in the "I'll believe it when I see it" camp.
But envoys from the United States, United Nations and European Union and Russia told Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie that the world had run out of patience with Arafat's "empty promises" of reform.
You think they'll take back his Nobel Prize?
Seriously, the guy wins a peace prize for negotiating peace in the Middle East? And how well has that worked in the past ten years?
With that kind of track record, I've decided to do a little campaigning for my own Nobel Prize for this novel I'm planning on writing in the next ten years. It could be successful...but then again, maybe not.