Iraraeli election and the "peace process."

Levy, Gideon
February 2009
Catholic New Times;2/16/2009, p29
The author offers his opinion on the implications of the election of Binyamin Netanyahu as prime minister of Israel for the peace process. He cites that his election will likely to bring an end to the fraudulence associated with peace negotiations and the injustice of the process. He states that the country claimed that such acts proved that it was focused on peace and the end of military occupation. He notes that the country did everything it could to advance the occupation and distance any opportunity for potential peace agreement.


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