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Israeli Settler Movement: Two state solution a 'mirage'

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Israeli Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu is the clear favourite to keep his job after next week's election, but his next governing coalition may depend on hardliners in the Jewish settler movement who want to annex large chunks of the West Bank and end all talk of a two state peace deal.

Dani Dayan is a settler leader who is backing Mr Netanyahu. He tells HARDtalk the two state solution never existed and is a 'mirage'.

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