Fayyad rejects interim state, says Jordan eastern border of future Palestine

Fayad rules out interim

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 22, 2009 14:15

 
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Amid reports that a plan was in the works in Israel to offer the Palestinians an interim state, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad ruled out the idea. Speaking on a tour of the Jordan Valley on Sunday, Fayyad said the PA would not accept "a state of crumbs or a temporary solution," insisting that Jordan be the eastern border of a Palestinian state.

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