July 28, 2010

Neoconservatism Needed in the West Bank

Andrew Sullivan, The Atlantic

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Where is the state that could be used to show the benefits of cooperation with the West - as opposed to the brutality of Hamas?

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TAGGED: Green Movement, Iran, Gaza Strip, West Bank, Hamas, Palestine, Israel, neoconservatism, Iraq

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