MK "trump Is Peeling the Palestinian Lie Like an Onion"

Blanche Robertson
September 14, 2018

US President Bill Clinton (C) stands between PLO leader Yasser Arafat (R) and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzahk Rabin (L) as they shake hands on September 13, 1993, at the White House in Washington DC.

The agreement was considered the cornerstone of the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians.

In the accords, Israel was formally recognised as a state, but there was no official recognition of a Palestinian state.

The US has taken a host of punitive steps in recent weeks in an attempt to pressure the Palestinian Authority (PA) to play ball with its faltering attempt at getting them back to the negotiating table with Israel, including closing the delegation's office in Washington and de-funding UNRWA, the UN's Palestinian refugee agency, as well as East Jerusalem hospitals.

One of these obligations was that the Palestinian leadership would not unilaterally seek global recognition for a Palestinian state but instead would have to negotiate with Israel about the so-called two-state solution.

A simple look at the map, however, would have learned them that these so-called "settlements" make up only two percent of the landmass in the "West-Bank" and in no way prevent the creation of such a state.

Since the signing, according to European Union statistics, the number of Israeli settlers has increased from about 100,000 to more than 600,000.

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All the while she will have to stand up against the forces of evil threatening to overtake her family and the entire world at large.

Now 73, Abed Rabbo concedes his side made mistakes. Now, few even talk of a peace process.

Last month, support for a two-state solution fell to 43 percent among Israeli Jews and Palestinians in one opinion poll, the weakest in nearly two decades of joint Palestinian-Israeli survey research. "Why would we continue to fund the Palestinians?"

The worldwide community, however, ignored Palestinian intransigence and instead blamed the growing Israeli "settlement" enterprise in Judea and Samaria for the failure of each effort to solve the conflict while pressuring Israel into making irresponsible steps that could have created a "Trojan Horse" in Israel's biblical heartland.

Palestinian officials have charged that the Trump administration has come up with "nothing of substance" in trying to end the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict despite the U.S. president's stated confidence in securing what he calls "the ultimate deal". "But the Palestinians have more to gain than Israel ever will", she said. Trump says: 'If you want to sit down and negotiate, do it from a realistic place: Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and there is no right of return.

Since 1994, US has provided Palestinians with $6.4 BILLION, now Amb.

"They are so immersed in supporting the Palestinian narrative and blindly believing what Palestinian leaders say that they don't really accept reality"'.

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