Dahlan: Israel's policy is 'killing' the 2-state solution

May 28, 2009 04:27


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Former Fatah security commander Muhammad Dahlan on Wednesday night said that Israel's policy on West Bank settlements and Jerusalem is "killing the two state solution," Israel Radio reported. In an interview with Palestinian television, Dahlan reportedly said that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government isn't interested in making peace with the Palestinians and is deceiving the US administration and the international community by taking symbolic measures, such as dismantling outposts and talking about the peace process. According to the radio station, Dahlan noted that should the Palestinian leadership reach the conclusion that there is no way to implement the two state solution it will have two options - dismantling the Palestinian Authority or establishing a bi-national state.

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