August 28, 2014

Take Hamas' Guns -- Then We'll Talk

Avigdor Liberman, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

There is an almost obsessive general focus on how to achieve a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But somehow, in all the talk, the means to achieve a solution are most often confused with the end result. The end result is surely peace and security, for Israel, the Palestinians, and the people of the region. But amid attempts to move forward toward peace and security, Hamas remains the biggest obstacle to any solution -- despite the fact that nearly every agreement reached between Israel and her neighbors has required the terrorist group to disarm.

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