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Moving Closer to the 'Clinton Parameters'

"I'm the only president that's really articulated a two-state solution so far," President Bush declared during his visit to Israel and the West Bank yesterday, when he issued his most comprehensive statement yet on what a potential peace agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians should look like. However, a close look at Bush's words reveals that his vision for Middle East peace has moved quite close to the "Clinton parameters," which President Bill Clinton sketched out in 2000, just weeks before Bush took office. - Glenn Kessler

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Bush Alters Stand on Palestinians
Article | JERUSALEM, Jan. 10 -- President Bush said Thursday that Palestinian refugees should receive compensation for the loss of homes they fled or were forced to flee during the establishment of Israel and declared that there should be an end to Israel's "occupation" of lands seized in war four decades ...
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Bush Alters Stand on Palestinians
Article | JERUSALEM, Jan. 10 -- President Bush said Thursday that Palestinian refugees should receive compensation for the loss of homes they fled or were forced to flee during the establishment of Israel and declared that there should be an end to Israel's "occupation" of lands seized in war four decades ...

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