Fayyad storms out of meeting with Ayalon over 'two states'

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September 21, 2010 22:30

 
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Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad left the Ad-Hoc Liaison Committee meeting furious due to an argument he had with Israeli Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, who refused to agree to a version of the meeting's summary because it included the words "two states."

Ayalon told Ynet that he suggested instead that it read "two states for two peoples - Jewish and Palestinian," and demanded guarantees that committee donations don't go towards incitement or boycotting of Israeli goods.

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