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How does even the one cheer part make any sense for Israel? the deal is your kids can't build a house when they grow up, but you'll be able to get a tourist visa to Bahrain

Reader comment on item: One Cheer for Obama's Arab-Israeli Policy

Submitted by P Berg (United States), Sep 16, 2009 at 11:18

More concrete Israeli concessions for ephemera. I would pass.

Instead, Israel could offer actual reciprocal gestures to those states, such as opening trade offices and meeting with their leaders.


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