Anyone in their right mind would reject this farce of an offer - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 28.11.09 | 00:37 (IST)

    It took Bibi almost a year after months and months and months of haggling and US pressure to come up with this farce of an offer. Construction in the WB is ongoing as fast as EVER before, public projects are exempt, east Jerusalem is exempt. Notwithstanding all future excuses, lies and unrealistic demands by Israel (god only knows what they will come up with) this offer is bogus and has received the lukewarm response it deserves from world powers.

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    First published 21:46 27.11.09 | Last updated 12:12 28.11.09
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