Max Abrahms has a column in the Los Angeles Times whose principal virtue is concisely stating the implausibility of the scenario of a “road map” to peace: “Road map torn by ambiguity.” Abrahms opens his piece as follows: “There is something intellectually dishonest about a ‘peace process’ that tacitly promises mutually exclusive demands to the Israelis and Palestinians by papering over their differences until they inevitably collide.” What is the answer to this pointed observation?
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