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Opinion: The dangerous alternate Middle East reality

Dr. Abner Weiss, Huffington Post

September 23, 2011 | 3:26 pm

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses United Nations in New York, Sept. 23. Photo by REUTERS/Mike Segar

This essay was first posted Wed., Sept. 21 on Huffington Post

In the lead-up to the Palestinian application for full membership in the United Nations later this week, we can expect nation... read full article

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