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  • Live Thread: Syria Crisis Continuous Updates

    08/28/2013 7:06:18 AM PDT · by kristinn · 934 replies
    Wednesday, August 28, 2013 | Kristinn
    As the war drums for Syria get louder, let this thread serve as a repository for news, background, Tweets, photos, video, on-the-ground reports, etc., as was done recently with Egypt.
  • Bush Continues To Contiguous Summit Unclear As To Meaning [3 version of what is said]

    06/03/2003 10:28:12 PM PDT · by yonif · 4 replies · 209+ views
    Israel National News ^ | 00:56 Jun-04-03, 4 Sivan 5763
    Since yesterday’s speech at the Sharm el-Sheik summit three versions of what George Bush intended to say regarding a future Palestinian state’s geographical makeup have emerged. Bush himself said that the Palestinian state would have to include continuous territory. White house spokesman Ari Fleischer later clarified that Bush had intended to say contiguous rather than continuous. Secretary of State Colin Powell said that what was most important is that the state not be a series of South African-like Bantustans. The Palestinians must accept it as a state and feel free to move between its territories.