July 11, 2012

Wrong Time for New Settlements in the West Bank

New York Times, New York Times

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Now that Mr. Netanyahu has expanded his ruling coalition, his excuse is gone for not ending his counterproductive settlement policy and using his new political clout to advance a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestine, Israel, West Bank


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