Hebron ostensibly became a Pal city after the Wye agreement was signed by none other than Bibi himself, during his first candidacy. There is sense in this considering that it is an overwhelmingly Palestinian Arab city, with a rich Palestinian hinterland. Unfortunately this agreement has been flouted by belligerent settlers, almost unchallenged, and that is the root of the problem. Only the Graves of the Patriarches continue to give some legitimacy to the presence of Jewish settlers, but actually they are deliberately fouling past agreements, and implicating Israel in brazenly ignoring these agreements. Pal hegemony in Hebron should be respected, if we genuinely want peace.
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from the article: Lieberman: Norway too 'hostile' to have monitors in Hebron
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