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"Anticipating Trump's Deal Of The Century"

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Submitted by Ronald Nuxon, Apr 10, 2019 at 10:08

The so-called need to solve the "Israel-Palestinian Conflict" is itself a problem. If one side of a problem is the aggressor and won't be satisfied until the elimination of the other side, then negotiations between the parties must lead to appeasement of the aggressions party. Better the status quo. When the Arab side makes a serious quest for peace, then then parties can meet and negotiate.

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