PA minister Ajami: Abbas taking huge risk with peace talks

July 31, 2013 10:50


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"[Palestinian President Mahmoud] Abbas is taking huge risk going to peace talks," Palestinian Authority's minister for Prisoners Affairs, Ashraf al-Ajami, said on Wednesday.

Speaking at the Knesset caucus on peace, Ajami stated: "I dont want to talk about a last chance for peace, but we're both in trouble if it fails."

The PA minister called on both the Knesset and the Israeli public to put pressure on the government to "go all the way" in the upcoming talks.

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