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Thomas Friedman has a knack for garnering attention using provocative statements and inaccurate facts. His latest recipe for solving the Arab-Israeli conflict, penned for The New York Times and entitled “What to do with Lemons,” is a case in point.RELATED:Thomas Friedman: Reinstate 1947 UN partition plan
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