FILE - In this May 18, 2018 file photo, White House adviser Jared Kushner speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
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For the past week or so, U.S. President Donald Trump has been making claims about a seemingly imminent breakthrough in the Arab-Israeli problem, with his soon-to-be-announced "ultimate deal".The past 60 years should have been enough for the U.S., with its pro-Israeli bias, to learn that if the Palestinians' legal rights according to United Nations resolutions aren't respected, every generation of Palestinians will be more extreme in their rejection of being deprived of those rights.If the U.S. is relying on the passage of time, it is a flawed strategy: Every generation of Palestinians will only be more resolute than the one before.And if the U.S. claims it is sending "honest brokers" to solve the Middle East problem, but those envoys are not armed with U.N. resolutions, it's all just theatrics and won't change the dynamics of the problem one bit.
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