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Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is in Israel, hoping to help restart the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. But when Christiane Amanpour asked if he might be leaving the door open for a political comeback, Mr. Blair didn’t exactly slam the door in her face.
By Lucky Gold
Losing hope in the concept of two states
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was in Jerusalem on Monday, joining the effort to revive the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. It won’t be easy.
“I’m worried and frustrated, too,” said Blair. “We’ve managed to keep this whole process from collapsing but that’s not the same thing as getting it moving.”
Appearing on Amanpour, Blair warned that if the process does collapse, “the consequences are really serious. It’s not just a question of disorder and instability – although that’s always a risk – it’s also that people end up losing hope in the concept of two states.” FULL POST
The latest full-length edition of Amanpour is online: Part 1: Palestinian Prime Minister Fayyad Christiane Amanpour talks about where the peace process stands with Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad. Part 2: War within Israel Christiane Amanpour looks at the debate inside Israel about whether Orthodox Jews should have to serve in the military. Part 3: Iran saves the Jews? Israel may consider Iran its arch-enemy today, but in ancient times Jewish prayers were answered by a Persian king.
Christiane Amanpour speaks to Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad about where the peace process stands.
Christiane Amanpour looks at the debate about whether Orthodox Jews should be required to serve in the military.
Israel may consider Iran its arch-enemy today, but in ancient times Jewish prayers were answered by a Persian king.
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