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    • shimshon kinory
    • 15.09.09 | 16:04 (IDT)

    there are three parties involved here israel,the us and the palestinians not ust two........so the question is not only how to make life easy for nethanyahu but also to give abbas enough to go with justifying in the eyes of his own people the potential concessions he may be asked to make.....settlements may be regarded as a right by the israeli government but it is provocative for the palestinians.......so call it by any other name but in fact suspend construction unless that is one is not interested in the peace conference and looks for an alibi to prevent it

    from the article: Trying to outsmart Obama
    First published 01:20 15.09.09 | Last updated 02:55 15.09.09
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