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    • shaya
    • 13.05.12 | 18:34 (IDT)

    I am a pretty well educated American (I'm a physician), and yet I have absolutely no idea what the proposed bill under discussion states. This article is incredibly unclear. The opening line is: "A ministerial legislation panel rejected a bill geared at applying Israeli law on settlements in the West Bank on Sunday". What does this mean??? In any event, I felt compelled to write this comment after reading a number of Haaretz articles over the past year that are very obscurely written. I read this entire article and still have no idea what the rejected bill states...

    from the article: In about-face, Israeli ministers block bill to annex West Bank settlements
    First published 16:26 13.05.12 | Last updated 16:26 13.05.12
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