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Israel Reneges on Hunger Striker Deal
Rogue states don't make deals. They demand and do what they please.
by Stephen Lendman
Israel's agreements aren't worth the paper they're written on.
Rogue states don't deal. They demand. They lie. They cheat. They betray. They're intolerant of justice and other democratic values.
On May 14, Egyptian and Palestinian representatives said Israel accepted prisoner demands in exchange for ending weeks of hunger striking.
Israel would make specific accusations or release administrative detainees when their terms expired.
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