The idea of Israel building in E-1 has got world leaders in quite a lather. But is it really because it is the death knell for the two-state solution or is it because even raising the issue betrays the reality that there never was a serious effort to reach a two-state resolution to this conflict to begin with, despite the rhetoric? I argue it is both.
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Posted in Jerusalem, Settlements, tagged B'Tselem, Benjamin Netanyahu, Bimkom, democracy, E-1, Fatah, Gaza Strip, Ha'aretz, Hamas, human rights, international law, Israel, Israel Harel, Jerusalem, Jordan River, Justice, Ma'ale Adumim, Mahmoud Abbas, Middle east, Occupation, Palestine, Palestinian Authority, pro-Israel, Settlements, Two-state solution, West Bank, William Quandt on December 7, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
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