It's well past time to move forward on this. How long does Obama expectthe Palestinians to wait? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Kiev500
    • 12.11.12 | 03:15 (IST)

    Obama has NEVER prevented Israel from building Settlements, yet he persists in demanding that Palestinians must not move forward with alternative efforts at the UN to stop Settlement construction. The JOKE is that Israel agreed to stop Settlement construction AND demolish illegal outposts when it signed the Road Map Agreement over 10 years ago. By the Road Map, all of that HAS to happen BEFORE negotiations begin for core issues and final status.

    from the article: Abbas: Palestinians determined to obtain observer status at UN
    First published 19:45 11.11.12 | Last updated 19:45 11.11.12
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