May 1, 2014

Dear Mr. Kerry, We Aren't Children

Einat Wilf, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

The April 29 deadline set by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for securing peace and a Palestinian state has passed. And so, after all the back and forth of threats and demands, and the Fatah-Hamas unity deal announced last week, what have we been left with? 

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TAGGED: United States, John Kerry, Palestine, Israel

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