July 16, 2014

Did Netanyahu Close the Door on Peace?

Hussein Ibish, NOW Lebanon

The Associated Press

So, is Netanyahu, the consummate political survivor and deal-maker, posturing again? Are his comments from last week, which are so devastating to all Palestinians, Israelis and others committed to a viable Israeli-Palestinian peace, to be read in the light of the passions of the moment, of the conflict that contextualized them?

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TAGGED: Palestinians, Palestine, West Bank, Benjamin Netanyahu, Middle East, Gaza, Israel

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