Bibi's capital offense

By caving into US dictates and refusing to stand by Israel's rights to East Jerusalem, Netanyahu is betraying his voters and undermining the country's capital claim.

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February 28, 2011 14:33
Construction in Har Homa

Construction in Har Homa 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Palestinian leaders love to excoriate Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in public, but in private, they must be cheering him on. For no previous Israeli prime minister has done anywhere near as much to weaken Israel’s claim to Jerusalem.

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