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    • shmuel goldman
    • 02.01.10 | 19:28 (IST)

    the palestinians would have an even stronger case if they pursued the one-state solution involving a single state that is truly democratic and open to all 3 religions. the world community, especially barack obama, needs to do far more to force israel to make peace. also, all 1948 palestinian refugees must have the right to return to their homes in tel-aviv and haifa. the one state solution benefits palestinians and israelis greatly since there wouldn't be any artificial borders and checkpoints all over the place. economically and socially, its the right way to do it.

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    First published 17:56 02.01.10 | Last updated 20:00 02.01.10
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