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Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Laureen Harper take a tour of the future site of the Stephen J. Harper Hula Valley Bird Sanctuary Visitor and Education Centre in Hula valley, Israel on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Laureen Harper take a tour of the future site of the Stephen J. Harper Hula Valley Bird Sanctuary Visitor and Education Centre in Hula valley, Israel on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
(Sean Kilpatrick/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Harper’s shortsightedness is hurting Canada – and Israel

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s view of the Israeli-Palestinian issue suffers from political macular degeneration. He apparently cannot see the Palestinians. Nor can he see the Israeli settlements, which are evident everywhere on the West Bank to people with normal vision. His handicap is damaging Canada’s reputation.