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    • Amira
    • 15.08.11 | 14:24 (IDT)

    Despite what Rami claims, Ariel is not "deep inside the OPT" -- it is just minutes form Rosh Ayin and Tel Aviv -- probably closer than Rami and most Americans commute to work every day. Despite Rami's haste to paint Barak as a "war criminal," at no point in the Oslo aagreements did the Arabs demand to expel all Jews from that town, nor did Israel commit to stop building there.

    from the article: Israel approves 227 new homes in West Bank settlement of Ariel
    First published 12:55 15.08.11 | Last updated 12:55 15.08.11
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