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    • Natallie Durson
    • 16.09.10 | 21:50 (IST)

    Hillary is telling Netanyahu that the democrats need the peace fakery to last through the American elections, and, if he needs to extend the settlement freeze to keep Abbas on board until then, he better do it. After that, Netanyahu can do whatever he wants and he will collect the reward.

    from the article: Clinton urges Israel: Extend settlement freeze, even for a limited time
    First published 20:15 16.09.10 | Last updated 21:10 16.09.10
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