Hebron: the temporary international presence comes to a sudden end

Summary: Israel has ended the Temporary International Presence in Hebron. Such restraining influence as it was able to exercise has now been lost.

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  1. The discussion in the Security Council was private, so the US has not had to explain publicly the reasons for its U-turn. The subject should be on the agenda for the conference in Warsaw next week which was originally planned as a blast against Iran, but which is now expected to include a presentation by Jared Kushner on the long-awaited “peace plan”.
    The Palestinian Ma’an News agency reported Friday that Israel has detained two activists, one American and one Italian, “who were doing the work of members of the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH)”.

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