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Palestinian Freedom Later, Not Now

Stephen Lendman |  October 3, 2011 | Sabbah Report On October 2, Haaretz said “Israel accepts Quartet peace plan,” making Palestinian UN membership conditional on negotiating peace with an unwilling partner. No matter that decades of on-and-off talks never achieved resolution and won’t now. Moreover, Israel doesn’t negotiate. It demands. As a result, restarting the […]

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French Peace Plan to Require Recognition of Jewish State

PNN – Palestine News Network 03.06.11 – 15:07 Jerusalem – PNN – The peace proposal offered Thursday by French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will require, in a first for the wider international community, that the endgame of negotiations be “two states for two peoples” and not just “a two-state […]

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US, Israel dealt blow to Arab peace plan

PressTV | Wed May 25, 2011 6:22PM Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah Hezbollah secretary general has described the latest speeches by the US president and the Israeli prime minister as a final blow to Arab peace initiative. Addressing thousands of his supporters in the eastern village of Nabi Sheet on the occasion of “Liberation […]

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Palestinians: Israel peace plan ‘reinvents occupation’

April 20, 2011 JERUSALEM (AFP) — Leaked details of a purported new Israeli peace plan show it to be “a reinvention of Israel’s occupation,” a senior Palestinian official said on Tuesday. Hanan Ashrawi, a leading member of the PLO, made the remarks after a report suggesting the international community could try to pressure Israel into […]

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