Aluf Benn is usually on target with his analysis, but this time he totally missed it. This has nothing to do with Sharon or any other Israeli personality. The Oslo agreement set the path for two states, and with that the end of the intermingling. The Palestinians themselves said they wanted nothing to do with Israel, wanted their workers to work in Palestine, and didn't want their people to interact with Israelis. Why does Benn think that it's some kind of Israeli conspiracy?
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from the article: Sharon's real legacy - keeping the Arabs out of sight