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Thomas Friedman: Reinstate 1947 UN partition plan

posted June 20, 2011

As the Palestinians  prepare to unilaterally request recognition of an independent state at the United Nations General Assembly in September, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman has proposed reintroducing United Nations Resolution 181, which in 1947 called to partition Palestine into two states, as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian territorial dispute.

In an op-ed published Sunday, Friedman says the resolution would use 1967 lines as borders, with "mutually agreed border adjustments and security arrangements for both sides."

 To read more, click here http://www.jpost.com/DiplomacyAndPolitics/Article.aspx?id=225584

 

 
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