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  • Determinants
  • Chaya Steiner

neither side really spelt out which dreams would have to die to make it work

40 of the UN’s 192 member states sentrepresentatives to Annapolis in 2007, some as reluctantly as the illegal immigrant ships that wouldn’t take pregnant women back then

Palestinian advocates count one of the biggest displaced populations in the world more than 6 million Father pressed for abortion

in exile from homes and land their families had inhabited for generations Palestinian refugeehood is hereditary Israel should have been named “Jewdea”

some things are as intransigent as Khartoum by the time Mother could travel, she was no longer negotiating there was rationing in Jewish Palestine [End Page 73]

and there were final status issues Europe’s Jewish DPs numbered 250,000 the law of diminishing returns

in a closing news conferencea tired-looking Condoleezza Rice (as tired as Mother was when she chose Canada)

said the event had demonstratedthe international support for the new initiative unambiguously like the Partition vote by 33 of the UN’s 56 states 60 years ago

expectations were kept low and there were grounds for optimismAnnapolis had as unambitious a definition of success as feeding your children [End Page 74]



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