Sha'ath: Hebron home helps thwart two-state solution

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April 4, 2012 11:58

 
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The settlers who moved into the contentious Hebron building last week in an Arab neighborhood are part of a larger settlement scheme to thwart a two-state solution, top Fatah official Nabil Sha'ath said on Wednesday.

Sha'ath made the comments to Israel Radio, after the government delayed an IDF eviction order for the 15 settler families that was meant to go into effect at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

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