August 27, 2014

Netanyahu Saw His Chance to Retreat and Took It

Barak Ravid, Haaretz

The Associated Press

All Israel's prime minister wanted in the end - after all the promises, and the rhetoric - was to achieve a cease-fire with Hamas at just about any price.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Gaza, Hamas, Israel, Palestine, Middle East

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