February 12, 2012

Israel Can't Kick the West Bank Settlement Drug

Haaretz, Haaretz

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The initiative to encourage the settlements and defend the outposts, like the moves to dodge diplomatic negotiations, make it hard to spot the difference between PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Moshe Feiglin.

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TAGGED: Israel, West Bank, Palestine

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