Palestinian state won't bring peace

Klein, Morton A.
July 2013
Jewish Advocate;7/19/2013, Vol. 204 Issue 29, p7
The author argues that establishing a Palestinian state will not solve the Israel-Palestine conflict if the purpose is the destruction of Israel and not Palestine living in peace with Israel.


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