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I agree with this article 100% but what are the alternatives?

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Submitted by roslyn esther (Canada), May 16, 2006 at 14:24

The article lists all the dangers of unilateral withdrawal and I agree with all of them. But what should Israel do with the West Bank? Should it police and control it forever? Should it negotiate and with whom? What should be the goals of negotiation if any?

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I addressed this question, giving my thoughts about Israel's necessary course in two recent articles, How Israel Can Win and Israel Shuns Victory.

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