For Himself and Palestine, Obama Must Now take Historic Risk (Al Hayat Al Jadidah, Palestinian Territories)

March 2013
Moderate Voice;03/24/2013, p3
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The article focuses on the consequences of U.S. President Barack Obama's first trip to the Palestinian Territories as president. In a recent article, columnist Yehiah Rabah says that the visit was more than a repetition of well-known policies, and put the U.S. president in a position to reconsider a biased favoritism of Israel and to restore America's image by supporting the formation of a nation for the Palestinians.


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