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Olmert's separation plan would end hope for a Palestinian state

By: Marshall, Rachelle.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): West Bank, 1967- -- Politics and government | Israel -- Politics and government -- 1993- In: The Washington report on Middle East affairs Vol. 25, no. 4 (May-June 2006), pp. 7-8, 10Abstract: The separation plan proposed by Israel's prime minister Ehud Olmert aims at unilaterally defining Israel's borders in a way that will achieve Israel's permanent separation from the Palestinians. Olmert's version of separation means permanently confining West Bank Palestinians behind walls and checkpoints, where they would have no control over their borders, land or water and would be entirely dependent on Israel.
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Vol. 25, no. 4 (May-June 2006) Not For Loan 05-2006 0000047728

The separation plan proposed by Israel's prime minister Ehud Olmert aims at unilaterally defining Israel's borders in a way that will achieve Israel's permanent separation from the Palestinians. Olmert's version of separation means permanently confining West Bank Palestinians behind walls and checkpoints, where they would have no control over their borders, land or water and would be entirely dependent on Israel.

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