Peres convinced Abu Mazen to keep 'settlers' for slaughter
Take this with a grain of salt, because it's the Sunday Times of London, but that newspaper is reporting that Shimon Peres convinced 'moderate
Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen
to come to the 'peace' table, by convincing him that he could just keep the 'settlers' in 'Palestine
.' Oh, and by the way, the 'settlers' include people who live in 'east' Jerusalem (including yours truly).
A report in The Sunday Times on
Sunday said President Shimon Peres "paved the way" for the agreement
announced by US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday, for the
resumption of peace talks between the Palestinians and Israelis.
Citing unnamed Israeli and Palestinian sources, the Times
reported that Peres met Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas
in Amman for secret talks where Peres convinced him to accept that "West
Bank settlers and Jewish residents of East Jerusalem could remain in
their settlements but be subject to the Palestinian state."
to the sources, Peres pressured the Palestinian leader to accept this
condition "as the minimum that he needed to convince Netanyahu to give
his blessing to the talks."
Of course, they would insist on disarming us all if we were to stay in 'Palestine.' And of course, no IDF. How long do you think we'd last before we were all, God forbid, slaughtered? I'd say maybe a week.
Labels: Abu Mazen, Binyamin Netanyahu, East Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, Middle East peace process, negotiations without preconditions, Shimon Peres