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    • Mark of Lewiston
    • 14.11.09 | 07:00 (IST)

    Your post leaves the impression that the US considers the settlements legitimate. The US has never once considered them legitimate. Not even Bush at his most perverted thought that. He saw them as a fact on the ground that had to be dealt with. Even Bush talked about a viable and contiguous Palestinian state and the US has never recognized, not even under Bush, the annexations. If you want to keep some of the 67 conquest, trade for it 1:1 arable land and water. Make a real offer backed by maps of the land Israel is willing to trade from its pre-67 control. Of course, if you don't want 2-states for 2-peoples, prepare to welcome 5 million Palestinians as Israeli voters. The Roadmap is really quite clear. Freeze means no expansion in any manner, shape or form. None whatsoever.

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    First published 18:43 13.11.09 | Last updated 00:56 14.11.09
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