In an international conference that hosts the most influential people in the world, singling out Israel is a double standard. One can just as easily point to a host of issues that deserved to be addressed, including, Palestinian terrorism. Unlike the debacle in Durban, the Davos conference is an attempt to improve the political and economic welfare of the wider world. It is strong on solutions, compromise, and building relationships. The article in question flies in the face of such a spirit, and is better found in the Arab League meetings.
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