Netanyau can't be allowed to set that agenda. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 03.03.13 | 11:32 (IST)

    If he is "allowed" to continue construction in the settlements then that is tantamount to already conceding them to Israel. Well, gosh, if that's the case then the Palestinians may as well not turn up to the negotiations since they won't have *any* bargaining chips whatsoever. The freeze has to be TOTAL, otherwise Netanyahu has no incentive - none whatsoever - to actually conclude an agreement.

    from the article: New Israeli coalition will have to freeze construction outside settlement blocs, Netanyahu's aides say
    First published 08:40 03.03.13 | Last updated 08:40 03.03.13
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