The beginning of a new time

Shahin, Mariant
November 2003
Middle East;Nov2003, Issue 339, p18
As the wall of apartheid continued to stretch across the West Bank and Palestinians marked the three year anniversary of the start of the Al Aqsa Intifada on September 29, the changes wrought over three years of war, have crystallized in the minds of many. Thomas Friedman, "The New York Times," commentator, went slightly into reverse over the issue of The Wall. He warned that in the long term such a structure would create a situation where Palestinians would no longer want a separate state but would demand full inclusion into Israel. After three years of bloodshed fueled by the Israeli war machine, also known as the Israeli Defense Force and the Palestinian equivalent, the suicide attackers, we must acknowledge that a two state solution is no longer possible.


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