December 4, 2012

Obama Helped Kill the Two-State Solution

Henry Siegman, Foreign Policy

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With his decision to oppose the U.N. General Assembly's granting Palestine non-member state observer status, U.S. President Barack Obama leaves no doubt he is not modifying his pre-election position that "There is no daylight between Israel and the United States," and that no matter how deeply Israeli behavior violates international norms and existing agreements, U.S. support for Israel remains "rock solid."

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Barack Obama, Palestine, Israel, Obama administration

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