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    • Keith Abraham
    • 01.11.07 | 20:40 (IST)

    The Bi-National state is already a fact, even if this isn't recognized by all. It's an Apartheid system where 3,5 Million Palestinians are denied any rights. The live under what is described as "occupation", but it is really just the old Bantustans of old South Africa, soon to be autonomic "enclaves" in what is described as a "two state solution". I can only see two countries that would even aim for that, the US and Israel. Once Mahmoud Abbas and his appointed PM become aware of the future offered, even they will understand that if they don't ask for justice, justice will be done. Two states should be two states and it's not to late, but it is late and it could well be the last chance before the intifada becomes a civil right movement for equal rights and then tell me a campus in this world that wouldn't support that struggle for equal rights for all in the Holy Land?

    from the article: You can learn it in a negotiations course
    First published 00:00 01.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.11.07
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