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December 24, 2013 8:30 am

Report: U.S. Peace Talks Proposals Accept Israeli Positions on Security

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Jerusalem Post – John Kerry’s security proposals presented to Israel and the Palestinians as part of ongoing peace talks accept most of Israel’s positions, including Israeli control of the future Palestinian state’s border with Jordan, Army Radio reported on Tuesday.

On two visits earlier this month Kerry presented to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu security “ideas” based on the work that a team of some 160 US officials, headed by retired US Marine Corps Gen. John Allen, drew up defining what it thought would be necessary for Israel’s security if a Palestinian state were created.

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