December 31, 2012

Destroying the Two-State Solution

Gulf News, Gulf News

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A negotiated solution needs both sides to deliver on promises, which is not happening under Netanyahu.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Middle East, Palestine, Israel

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