Voices from the Arab press: Banning the US from the peace process

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December 28, 2017 16:21
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BANNING THE US FROM THE MIDDLE EAST PEACE PROCESS
Al-Ayyam, Ramallah, December 21

“Washington has succeeded throughout the decades in turning the Israeli-Palestinian peace process into an American trademark. No peace deal can be negotiated, no war can be waged, and no crisis can be overcome without the US stamp of approval. This is no exaggeration – just think of the numerous iconic photos of American presidents embracing Israeli and Palestinian leaders.

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