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September 29, 2005
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A top aide to Ariel Sharon said the Israeli prime minister long ago abandoned the principle of “land for peace” in dealing with the Palestinians. Addressing a security conference in Herzliya this week, Eyal Arad said the failure of the Oslo peace accords drove Sharon to formulate a more realistic plan of “independence for security,” whereby Israel would grant the Palestinian Authority sovereignty in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on condition that it cracks down on terrorism.

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