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    • Michael Schloss
    • 26.09.10 | 19:05 (IST)

    The peace talks should continue irrespective of the renewed building activity as one has nothing to do with the other. When the new borders are draw they will determine who lives in Israel and who does not. The settlers will have to make decisions for their futures after that. What the government should do is set a date. Up to this point those who wish to move back to Israel proper will receive government relocation assistance, those who build after that date are on their own.

    from the article: Despite Netanyahu's plea for restraint, thousands of settlers celebrate end of building freeze
    First published 17:17 26.09.10 | Last updated 21:17 26.09.10
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