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March 19, 2015 7:11 am

Abbas Says He Will Talk With Any Israeli Government That Recognizes Two-State Solution

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PA President Mahmoud Abbas said he expects the Israeli government to recognize a two-state solution. Photo: World Economic Forum.

JTA – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he will talk to any Israeli government that accepts a two-state solution as the basis for negotiations.

“It doesn’t matter to us who the next prime minister of Israel is, what we expect from this government is to recognize the two-state solution,” Abbas spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeina said Wednesday in a statement, the French news agency AFP reported, in the aftermath of Israel’s national elections the day before.

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  • shloime

    the so-called “two-state solution” is neither, because there already 2 states of palestine, israel is the jewish homeland in palestine, and jordan, with 78% of the land area, is the arab homeland in palestine, and has been since 1923.

    the proposal now is to create one (or two) more arab states of palestine, one for fatah, and probably a second one for hamas. since the plo was founded in 1964 specifically to “liberate” the jewish part of palestine (the only part that wasn’t already under arab occupation), it remains to be seen what two new terrorist states will “solve” remains to be seen, but “peace” isn’t the most likely outcome.

    but this is the arab style of “negotiating” – any offer on the table suddenly becomes a sine qua non precondition for further negotiations (i.e. even more concessions). never is there an end to the demands, nor any reciprocal offers.

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