WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Crush terrorists and then make peace.
Through quirks of timing, it's a narrative that President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu finally can agree on when they meet this week in Washington.
There remains a critical difference, however, between the two over what happens in the next chapter: Keep up the fight or step out and make peace.
The Obama administration, at least by default, seems to have embraced Netanyahu’s longtime mantra that the best way to clear the path to calm is through the elimination of terrorists.
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