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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Israeli election - things remain uncertain but it appears Netanyahu and denial of a two-state solution may have carried the day.

It may remind some of Gore v. Bush, and Florida, and all. Herzog might end up with fewer seats but able to put together a coalition where Netanyahu might prove unable, but for now it remains uncertain even after votes have been counted.

If denial of a two-state solution is the official policy, Bibi's last move being to embrace a single state reach to all of the lands conquored in 1967, then imposition of sanctions might be a fit international response.

It worked in South Africa.

Sanctions against Iran have Iran at the negotiation table.

The suffering of the Palestinians has near worldwide sympathy with only US ongoing exercise of veto power in the security council of the UN between Israel and its critics.

Should we change course?

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