April 25, 2014

Israel's Sustainable Success

Roger Cohen, New York Times

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Moving toward a two-state peace — the best outcome for both nations — cannot be based either on the myth that Israel’s current situation is unsustainable or on the myth that the Palestinian Authority, as currently constituted, represents the Palestinian national movement. It can only emerge when a majority on both sides believes, based on the facts, that painful compromise in the name of a better future is preferable to manageable conflict fed by the wounds of the past.

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TAGGED: Israel, Palestine, Palestinians, West Bank, Middle East, Settlements, United States, Barack Obama


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