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Monday, December 12, 2011

And again: 'Palestinians' refuse to enter into direct talks with Israel

I'm sure you're all shocked. Really just shocked....
The Quartet’s original plan for Wednesday was to meet separately with Israeli negotiator Yitzhak Molcho, and his Palestinian counterpart, Saeb Erekat. Israel, according to officials in Jerusalem, relayed a message that this would be a good time to resume direct talks.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s spokesman, Mark Regev, said the Quartet informed Israel the Palestinians were unwilling to do so. The Palestinians are conditioning a return to talks on a complete freeze of Israeli construction beyond the Green Line and the acceptance of the pre-1967 lines as the basis for talks.

“We are disappointed and frustrated by the Palestinian leadership’s repeated refusal to engage directly with Israel,” Regev said.

“They say they believe in peace, but it is very difficult to square this rejectionist position – a position that boycotts sitting at the table with Israel – with their stated aim of supporting peace and reconciliation.”
But the 'international community' will continue to pressure Israel - and not the 'Palestinians.' There are only two possible explanations for this. One is the prejudice of lower expectations from the savages known as 'Palestinians.' The other is anti-Semitism.

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