January 4, 2014

U.S. May Move Mideast Peace Goal Posts

Michael Wilner, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

Washington hopes that, similar to interim deal forged in Geneva over Iran’s nuclear program, a framework that offers real prospects for Israeli-Palestinian peace will tempt skeptics, hopefuls.

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