Taking a Different Road Towards Middle East Peace

Taking a Different Road Towards Middle East Peace

A scan of the Near East’s political horizon is enough to throw the most earnest of peacemakers into despair. A few days ago, al-Qaida’s chief commentator on world affairs, Ayman al-Zawahri, blasted Hamas for agreeing to a power-sharing deal with Fatah in the Palestinian territories. Not to worry, Hamas promptly reassured Osama Bin Laden’s right-hand man, Hamas remains thoroughly committed to destroying Israel. While the leading party on the Palestinian side reaffirms its unwillingness to accept a two-state solution, the diplomatic world is in a flurry of activity that seems to ignore that reality. Israel has been holding talks with […]

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