Suspending disbelief is an unbelievable hoax

Dennis Ross’ ridiculous 12 point agenda for the two-state solution makes Israel commit to concrete policy while Palestinians only need reciprocate with hot air.

Dennis Ross [file photo]
Photo by: Brett Weinstein / Wikimedia Commons (CC)
Beware failed negotiators like Ambassador Dennis Ross when they continue to pontificate on the possibility the two-state solution.

Formerly the 'US’ chief negotiator for the Arab-Israeli conflict from 1993 to 2001 and a special assistant to the president for the Middle East and South Asia from 2009 to 2011, Dennis Ross is now a distinguished fellow and counselor at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

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