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"Right of Return Issues"

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Submitted by Jeremy (Switzerland), Jan 14, 2008 at 11:21

Is it possible that when he mentions "Right of Return Issues" he means that both parties should finish their negotiations regarding that topic i.e. agree once and for all that there will not be a "rigth of return" ,Then move on to finalizing borders and have two official states, at last.

It would seem to make more sense that way, but I am probably wrong... can anyone source the White House actually "promoting the right of return" instead of "finalizing negotations regarding the right of return" ?

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