December 21, 2012

Settlements Not to Blame for Mideast Stalemate

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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It is Palestinian intransigence, not Jewish building in consensus Jerusalem neighborhoods and settlement blocs, that is the real obstacle to a negotiated peace and a two-state solution. Perhaps one day the world will understand it.

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TAGGED: Settlements, Middle East, Palestinians, Palestine, Israel

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