the Jerusalem Post reporting on Bibi's address in the Knesset yesterday:
The prime minister laid down what he called a "framework" Israel must bring to negotiations, including insistence on a unified Jerusalem, maintaining large settlement blocs located beyond the Green Line under Israeli sovereignty, an Israeli presence on the Jordan River valley, and a solution to the Palestinian refugee issue outside Israel proper.
He said the Palestinian state will be "broken up" but will have clearly demarcated borders.
In case there was any doubt, Bibi's vision of a two-state solution does not really involve two states.
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