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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 02.08.10 | 04:57 (IDT)

    Obama has already capitulated to Netanyahu. Abbas knows that without the US present, there is no hope for peace talks. Netanyahu knows that any peace talks will doom his coalition. Which gets us back to Obama having already capitulated to Netanyahu.

    from the article: Abbas wants a trilateral meeting between aides before direct talks
    First published 00:59 02.08.10 | Last updated 00:59 02.08.10
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