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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Abu Bluff wants to talk to Bibi, but as usual there are conditions

In an interview that will air on Israel's Channel 2 on Friday night, 'Moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen  says that he wants to talk to Prime Minister Netanyahu. There's just one small catch....
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday to return to the negotiating table and discuss the two states solution based on the 1967 borders, Channel 2 reported.
In an interview set to air Friday on Channel 2, Abbas also vowed that as long as he is PA president, there will be no third Intifada.
"We don't want to use terror, we don't want to use force," Abbas said. "We want to use diplomacy and negotiations," he added. [Emphasis mine. CiJ]
I suppose we could look at the bright side: After three and a half years that Netanyahu has been in office (and now that he cannot really negotiate anyway because we're in election mode), Abu Bluff has actually asked to meet with him.

But 'negotiations without preconditions' means exactly what it says.

What could go wrong?

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