Decades of resolutions, arguments, and negotiations have maintained the Middle East struggle as a Middle East struggle. A major thrust attempts to resolve the crisis by negotiations leading to two independent states -- a natural and conventional procedure. Analysis contradicts the conventional approach and indicates it is a backward process. The analysis considers the following.
Although nations have severely criticized Israel's policies, approaches to resolution of the crisis have strongly favored Israel.
This favoritism has distorted the real issues and problems, including their definitions.
Misrepresentation of the problems has skewed the dialogue and deflected the discussions from a credible solution.
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The fate of the Palestinian displaced persons and Hamas' participation in the proceedings are essential factors that need to be included in resolving the struggle.
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