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    • losman
    • 30.08.11 | 16:26 (IDT)

    (1) it will state that the permanent borders will be determined in negotiations with Israel based on the borders of June 4, 1967. So, for now, the borders are temporary...but: (2) The authors also erase from the agenda the option of a Palestinian state with temporary borders Conclusion: one of these two phrases (at least) is wrong (or else...the document doesn't talk about a Palestinian state after all...???)

    from the article: New Palestinian strategy document will make it difficult for U.S. to oppose UN vote
    First published 04:15 30.08.11 | Last updated 04:15 30.08.11
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