Your post sounds like a hysterical teenager. US policy has not changed. The Israeli government says it wants peace, but has been an abject failure at achieving it with the Palestinians. No scheme ever tried by the Israeli government has produced a single result in that direction. The policies of Johnson are and remain unchanged. Two states for two peoples, negotiated. Clinton and the two Bushes methods of getting there were as abject failures as the Israeli government approach. So Obama may try some new method of achieving that result. The Israeli government method of forcing its way at the point of a gun, has not worked. Your government might try GOOD FAITH negotiations. Or Obama may have some other way to make it advantageous for the Israeli government to match its actions to its rhetoric, something it is singularly hesitant to do.
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