"America can't impose a solution" to the conflict - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 03.09.10 | 20:37 (IDT)

    but it can impose this conflict never gets resolved. That is what has been happening as America shields Israel from the consequences of her folly. America has imposed a perpetual conflict by continuing to only pressure the weakest link - the victims of Israeli crimes. This is a very clever line " we can't impose a solution on the parties" but at the same time America alone has imposed a hellish reality on the Palestinians while sanctimoniously claiming it has benevolent motives and clean hands . Without American imposition and interference this conflict would have been solved decades ago. This is a sham, America is once again strong arming the Palestinians into accepting terms only good for it's client-state. If there should be any pressure applied, it should be directed at the regime that has the most UN resolution violations on record. Expanding settlements is illegal under international law. What gall for the administration - where it's own

    from the article: Palestinian source: U.S. pressuring Abbas to continue talks even if settlements expand
    First published 01:57 03.09.10 | Last updated 01:57 03.09.10
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