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    • PoliticallyCorrect
    • 17.05.11 | 19:25 (IDT)

    So far the official position of nobody who matters in the conflict. You know very well that NATO and the UN will not bomb Jerusalem, or Tel Aviv, or Haifa, to enforce anything, (they would not treat Israel as they treat Libya) because if the issue even came up, the United States would VETO the action. They view Israel as a Key Ally in the region. This is common knowledge and I am surprised people make useless comments such as yours, which change nothing and identify nothing. The destination of Palestinian Statehood must be reached through negotiations with Israel, because it is Israel with whom they would have to deal with if the General Assembly voted them as a state.

    from the article: Abbas urges UN: Recognize Palestinian state, pave way for legal action against Israel
    First published 06:26 17.05.11 | Last updated 06:26 17.05.11
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