In the wake of the Palestine Papers and the Egyptian uprising the ‘peace process’ as we know it is dead.
Among the time-honoured myths in the long tragedy of Israel and Palestine is “the deal that almost was”. The latest entry, what we might call the “near deal of 2008,” comes from Ehud Olmert, the former Israeli prime minister, chronicled in excerpts from his forthcoming memoir and feverishly promoted in The New York Times as “the Israel peace plan that almost was and still could be”. Read more, from Al-Jazeera English…
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