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March 8, 2016 10:26 am

White House Working to Revive Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations

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South façade of the White House. Photo: Matt H. Wade / WikiCommons.

The White House, pictured, is working on plans for reviving long-stalled Middle East negotiations. Photo: Matt H. Wade / WikiCommons.

The White House is working on plans for reviving long-stalled Middle East negotiations before President Barack Obama leaves office, including a possible United Nations Security Council resolution that would outline steps toward a deal between the Israelis and Palestinians, according to senior US officials.

The internal discussions are aimed at offering a blueprint for future Israeli-Palestinian talks in a bid to advance a critical foreign-policy initiative that has made little progress during Mr. Obama’s two terms in the White House, the officials said.

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  • Jonah

    The White House blueprint for Israels future is an Iranian nuke coupled with deceptive rhetoric from Obamas minions.

  • Norm O’Dwyer

    Sure — a hostile Obama administration that doesn’t condemn Palestinian attacks on Jewish civilians — wants to broker a peace deal. First let Obama come out and declare support for Jews worldwide, and get his Iranian pals to stop inciting violence against Israelis — then sit down and broker a deal.

    Israel should hold until a new administration that is not seeking to destroy the Jewish homeland on behalf of Iran.

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