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Palestinians Still Aren’t Ready For Peace


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In humor, in relationships, and in foreign policy, timing is everything. I’m hopeful we’ll see the day when Palestinian leaders work to prepare their people for peace. But that day is not today.

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About the Author: Sarah Stern is the founder and president of the Endowment for Middle East Truth, a Washington-based think tank and policy center.


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