June 5, 2014

Israel, Don't Annex the West Bank

Shmuel Rosner, New York Times

The Associated Press

It’s not easy to mark the exact moment when a peripheral idea suddenly becomes mainstream. But it’s safe to say that in today’s Israel the worrisome idea of annexing land in the West Bank is no longer marginal or considered as extreme as it once was.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Israel, West Bank

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