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The strangeness of the Palestinian- Israeli conflict
As-Safir, Beirut, May 19

Palestinian-Israeli relations seem to be strange and so far from making sense, writes Hilmi Mousa. The Palestinian Authority really wants negotiations, but on a much clearer basis. Israel, on the other hand, wants negotiations that don’t lead anywhere. Against this backdrop, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni visits London this week, avoiding an arrest warrant for any alleged war crimes as the British government granted her immunity.

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