Jerusalem Report

No peace without recognition

Israel will have to live with eruptions of violence and it will. In fact, so far it is doing so quite well.

Demonstrator clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank village of Silwad, January 10
ANOTHER ROUND of talks between Israel and the Palestinians seems to be running out of steam.

Despite the considerable diplomatic energy invested, it looks like it is ending, like its many predecessors, without a genuine breakthrough for peace.

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