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ment of a Palestinian state in temporary
borders, with "maximum territorial con-
tinuity."
One area of emerging disagreement
between Israel and the United States is
the security fence. Abbas told Rice the
Palestinians would have no problems
with a fence along the pre-1967 bor-
der, but that the route Israel currently
plans allegedly would leave only 45
percent of the West Bank in
Palestinian hands, divided into three
cantons" — hardly the viable state
envisioned by President Bush. Rice
asked Sharon to reconsider the route.
Sharon, however, argued that the
fence would constitute a security line
rather than a political border, and
could be moved later.
Rice was skeptical. To many people,
she said, the route looks like an attempt
to create a political border unilaterally,
and this is seen as problematic.
Israel's nightmare scenario is that the
cease-fire will break down after the
Palestinian Authority fails to disarm
Hamas and the other terror groups.
The question then will be whether the
United States, after playing the honest
broker, tolerates Israel moving back
into the West Bank and Gaza Strip in
self-defense.
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