Secret plans for a diplomatic intifada

A diplomatic intifada, no less than an active terrorist one, needs to be countered forcefully.

PA President Mahmoud Abbas (C) welcomes Palestinian prisoners released in Ramallah.
Photo by: REUTERS/Ammar Awad

Some time after April 2014, when the nine months allotted to the current round of peace talks expires, Israel will face a disastrous Palestinian diplomatic assault on its legitimacy, backed by the many countries friendly to Palestine, claims the authoritative political website Debkafile.

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