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The one state solution

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The One-State Solution


January 22, 2009, New York Times
Op-Ed Contributor

Tripoli, Libya

THE shocking level of the last wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence, which ended with this weekend’s cease-fire, reminds us why a final resolution to the so-called Middle East crisis is so important. It is vital not just to break this cycle of destruction and injustice, but also to deny the religious extremists in the region who feed on the conflict an excuse to advance their own causes.

But everywhere one looks, among the speeches and the desperate diplomacy, there is no real way forward. A just and lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians is possible, but it lies in the history of the people of this conflicted land, and not in the tired rhetoric of partition and two-state solutions.




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Protest march

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Friday, 6 February 2009:

A protest outside the offices

of the South African Zionist Federation

and the

South African Jewish Board of Deputies,

2 Elray Street,

Raedene, off Louis Botha Avenue.

Protest starts at 14:00.

Speaker include SATAWU General Secretary Randall Howard, and

ex-Minister of intelligent  Ronnie Kasrils.

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France new claims about corrupt relations with African dictators

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FRANCE: New Claims About Corrupt Relations with African Dictators

Julio Godoy

PARIS, Feb 16 (IPS) – The possibility that French foreign minister
Bernard Kouchner might have misused his public position in France to
boost his profitable private business with prominent African dictators
arises at a time when the local authorities are dealing with numerous
corruption affairs.

The accusations against Kouchner are summarised in a new book ”Le
Monde selon K.” (”The world according to K.”) by investigative
journalist Pierre Péan.

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