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Netanyahu is darned if he does, and darned if he doesn't

Reader comment on item: Assessing Binyamin Netanyahu's Speech at Bar-Ilan University

Submitted by Anne (United States), Jun 14, 2009 at 20:54

Netanyahu is darned if he puts policies in place favorable to a Palestinian state, and darned if he doesn't. There are so many parties in Israel pulling toward different solutions.

The day Israel freezes the building of settlements, and divides the holy land for a Palestinian state is the day we see an escalation of Hamas and other terrorist groups to ravage Israel. Its exactly what the Islamic world wants.

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