Will Bibi's Speech Satisfy the U.S. and the Palestinians?

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					Will Bibi's Speech Satisfy the U.S. and the Palestinians?
Leslie Susser
Jewish Exponent; Jun 18, 2009; 226, 13; Docstoc
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Description: The Palestinians first would have to recognize Israel as the state of the Jewish people; Jerusalem would remain Israel's undivided capital; a solution for Palestinian refugees would have to be found outside Israel's borders; and the United States would have to guarantee that the Palestinian state would remain demilitarized and not sign treaties with countries hostile to Israel."If we get this guarantee for demilitarization and necessary security arrangements for Israel, and if the Palestinians recognize Israel as the state of the Jewish people, we will be willing in a future peace agreement to reach a solution of a demilitarized Palestinian state alongside the Jewish state," [Benjamin Netanyahu] pledged.Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak, whose views carry considerable weight in the Arab world, said Netanyahu's demand that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state was "destroying the chances for peace."
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