Kuwaiti paper calls for 'unconditional' talks with Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 8, 2010 14:07

An editorial published in the Kuwaiti daily Arab Times called on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to "leave the gray area, forgo expectations for an Arab and regional miracle that will never come, and start unconditional negotiations" with Israel.

"While the Palestinians reel in agony, deprivation, austerity and loss of their land, the Arab opposition and Tel-Aviv government are busy wobbling in the ‘no-war, no-peace’ conditions," the editorial stated.

The author of the editorial, Ahmed al-Jarallah, the Arab Times' editor-in-chief, added that Abbas should follow in the footsteps of former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and "try to cause international embarrassment for Israel even if the latter continues to apportion land areas to itself through its settlement construction."


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