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    • 10.02.12 | 18:48 (IST)

    We are working with Egypt to have one authority in the West Bank and Gaza," he said. "Without one authority, even if one side makes a deal, it will be difficult to implement." Very true, This is where the pizza analogy is needed, not with regards to settlements. Land can be built open, the building then transfered or demolished and rebuilt. But its difficult divide it to two competing factions But, this is upsetting.." He said that Hamas has accepted peaceful means of resistance, but expressed disappointment regarding Israeli settlement construction. "It's their right to defend themselves, to resist – but in a peaceful manner, until peace can be achieved." they might have "accepted" but they've not stopped firing rockets, firing rockets is not peaceful. And you were doing so good and speaking truth, but alas, i guess you can only ask so much from politicians, if they speak too much truth they might forget their job and find themselves in big trouble

    from the article: Turkey FM: Israeli military strike on Iran would be a disaster
    First published 18:33 10.02.12 | Last updated 18:33 10.02.12
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