September 11, 2012

Arab Nations Must Make Peace with Palestinians

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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Only when the Palestinian people acknowledge their own and the Arab nations’ complicity in their own displacement, as well as the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees, will true, lasting peace be attainable.

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