„We can also reassure our Palestinian partners that we understand the importance of territorial contiguity in the West Bank for a viable Palestinian state.“

—  Ariel Scharon, Sharon pledges to 'immediately' remove unauthorized outposts http://www.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/meast/06/04/summit.sharon/index.html, CNN, 4 June 2003.
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