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Some Sanity, But Not Nearly Enough

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Submitted by Dan Friedman (United States), Jan 25, 2006 at 16:43

Anyway you slice it or dice it, all this talk about Hamas (of use, of no use) goes nowhere because, with few exceptions, the only solution still envisioned by all sides is a chimera - the "two-state solution." Unless Israel's American friends are willing to open a debate on a radically new endgame for the so-called Arab-Israeli conflict we'll all just keep going around in circles and winding up in the same place - yet another "peace plan" that leads to more "surprise" Arab uprisings, more Israeli dead and yet another "peace plan."
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