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    • gman
    • 27.05.13 | 01:56 (IDT)

    is that they will likely result in israel keeping control of the jordan valley, all settlement territories (plus a natural growth margin for good measure), leaving a provisional palestinian state in fragmented cantons with no viability or independence. This would only solve israel's problems as it would eliminate the demographic problem through the semantics of an official palestine made up of multiple cantons. Palestinians would be fools to accept a provisional state with no end in sight. for palestinians it's either 1967 borders or a one state solution

    from the article: Abbas tells Israel: Palestinians won't accept deal based on temporary borders
    First published 07:11 27.05.13 | Last updated 19:01 26.05.13
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