Annexation Isn't the End of the World. Listen to Gideon Levy

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A placard with the colors of the Palestinian flag on a barbed-wire fence surrounding the Israeli separation wall and the settlement of Mod'in Ilit, near Ramallah, in Jan. 2020.
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Host Simon Spungin is joined by senior Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy, who says that formalizing Israel's de facto annexation of West Bank settlements will not change the facts of the occupation.

Also on the agenda: Why Benjamin Netanyahu would be unable to say no if U.S. President Donald Trump wants Israel to impose sovereignty over the settlements and why the Israeli and Palestinian response to the coronavirus pandemic has given Gideon some room for hope.

For Israel and Palestine, annexation isn't the end of the world. Listen to Gideon Levy

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In Part Two, Anshel Pfeffer explains why 11 Supreme Court justices are unlikely to accept petitions seeking to bar Netanyahu from forming the next government.

Recommended related reading:

Israel After Coronavirus: One Crisis, One State – and That Includes the Palestinians / Gideon Levy

A Tribute to a South African Jewish Hero and Freedom Fighter / Gideon Levy

The Challenge Facing Israel's New Opposition / Anshel Pfeffer

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