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Friday, July 30, 2010

Abu Bluff adds ANOTHER pre-condition

Although he didn't explicitly make this a pre-condition to 'negotiations, 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has added yet another impossible pre-condition to entering into an agreement with Israel.
At a press conference in Cairo, Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas said that no agreements would be signed with Israel on ending the Middle East conflict as long as Gaza was under Hamas rule. Only when there was “Palestinian unity” and a restoration of the PA government's rule in Haifa could any agreements be signed.

Abbas reiterated that he would agree to direct talks only if Israel agreed to withdraw to the 1948 borders and ended all building in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem. PA sources said that Abbas plans on telling Arab League members in an upcoming meeting that there had been little progress in the indirect talks between Israel and the PA, and that there was no reason to agree to direct talks.
'Palestinian unity'? In HAIFA? Good luck with that.


At 9:55 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The last pre-condition of course guarantees direct talks will never happen. Hamas will never agree to them. There is no way Israel can or will satisfy them. Carl - I know you said the revanants freeze would be likely be extended in September but not now. What would be the point? The Palestinians are not going to show up to negotiate.

Israel should stop trying to coax the Palestinians to the table and start living its life. The "peace process" has reached a dead end. Its time to move on.


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