March 28, 2010

Neoconservatives, Loyalty and Logic

Joe Klein, Time

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The most important condition for Israel--a condition agreed upon by the entire international community, including the Bush Administration in which Abrams served--is the cessation of settlement building on Palestinian lands. That condition hasn't been met.

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TAGGED: Jerusalem, George W. Bush, East Jerusalem, Barack Obama, Palestine, Israel, neoconservatism

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