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Let's call it a red herring

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Submitted by Richard Feinbloom (United States), Mar 11, 2010 at 17:18

The Obama administration could help move the peace process along if it recognized that the building program in East Jerusalem and the existence of Jewish settlements are effective excuses the Palestinians use for their unwillingness to take the steps which would allow Israel to come to the negotiating table. If a Palestinian State ever comes about with, as proposed, its capitol in East Jerusalem, why shouldn't Jews be able to live in the West Bank or in East Jerusalem just as Palestinians now willingly live in Israel?

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