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    • Michael N
    • 25.04.10 | 00:32 (IDT)

    The Benn analysis confirms that nothing, substantively has changed: 1.Netanyahu is 'for' an ephemeral Palestinian state in the 'future' that has 'temporary', and ill defined borders. Jerusalem will never be discussed. 2.The Palestinians will never agree to go along with this charade, and rightfully so. 3.The US government still lacks the will, the stomach, or the political clout to overcome the Jewish pressure groups and their allies in Congress. 4.Absent any progress towards reaching a satisfactory agreement, the s--t will sooner or later hit the fan, and all parties to the fiasco will duck for cover, blaming evryone else but themselves. One way out of the morass is to bring each and every Congreessman and woman to Gaza to live there for a month. That will take care of business in a jiffy.

    from the article: Netanyahu amenable to Palestinian state within temporary borders
    First published 01:01 23.04.10 | Last updated 14:50 24.04.10
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