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    • Muhammad Karim
    • 12.12.10 | 13:01 (IST)

    Despite the fact that Arabs, including Palestinians, have commissioned the US the right of reaching a peace settlement with its Israeli ally, the peace process is being halt repeatedly whenever Mr. Bibi needs. The solution will be only unileteral one, as both US and Israel are closely working together in order to inforce their 'accepted' settlement on Arabs, considering that securing Israel is the very important element of the 'promised' settlement. The element itself bears severl clarifications: conquring further Palestenian lands, deploying Israeli Troops across the new-born state of palestine, establishing a disarmed state, and grant Israel the right of controling and monitoring that state. Accordingly, Palestine, if Mr. Bibi admitted its creation, will be much than occupied region, and less than a self-governance one. That Solution is backed by the Jewish mentality believing in creating and inventing things.

    from the article: Israeli official: Barak's vision of dividing Jerusalem is not government policy
    First published 12:05 12.12.10 | Last updated 12:05 12.12.10
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