U.S. 'Framework' Calls for 80,000 Israeli West Bank Evacuations to the Big Settlement Blocs

December 2013
Israel Faxx;12/30/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 2W, p7
The article discusses the proposed framework of the U.S. government that will function as a guideline to address the core issues between Israel and Palestine. It states that U.S. Secretary John Kerry will discuss the proposed framework with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. It mentions that the issues addressed in the framework include security arrangements, conflicting claims on Jerusalem and borders between the two countries.


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