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Rightwing Infighting re annexation, one state – have pilot project first?

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U.S. President Trump greets Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at the White House in Washington

Published: 11 March 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Will Trump split the Israeli right? – Ben Caspit – Al-Monitor 08.03.17
PM Netanyahu and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman are using their US allies as strategic assets in their battles against Education Minister Bennett. Avigdor Liberman: ‘The next election will pit the dogmatic right against the pragmatic right.’

Zionism’s anti-Zionist protector – Yaron London – Ynetnews 06.03.17
When the president of the Zionist state and a Palestinian MK share a similar view on annexation and a binational state, does it mean there must be something wrong with their vision? One way to test the waters, before embarking on the great annexation enterprise, would be a small-scale pilot attempt at incorporating Palestinians into Israel, namely establishing equal relations with the Arab citizens of Israel.

And see:

British FM: Alternative to two-state solution is apartheid – The Times of Israel 09.03.17
On whistlestop tour of Israel and PA, Boris Johnson reaffirms backing for Israel, slams settlement construction.

Netanyahu agreed on joint push for regional peace – then reneged March 7, 2017


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