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Palestinian Right of Return

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Submitted by Steven Stern (United States), Jan 15, 2008 at 17:52

During the 2000 talks under the Clinton administration the Right of Palestinian return meant to the new Palestinian State in the West Bank and Gaza. A fund is to be set up for the supposed 4.5 million Palestinian refugees to attempt to appease them in their desire to be settled in Israel proper.

I do not believe President Bush expects Israel to negotiate themselves out of exisitence, but on the other hand big powers sell little powers out all the time throughout human history.

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