PA official: Leaks prove Israel against two-state solution

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January 24, 2011 11:58

 
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Palestinian Legislative Council official Mustafa Barghouti on Monday said that Israelis don't want a two-state solution, according to The Guardian's news blog on 'The Palestine Papers.'

"Regardless of how flexible the negotiators are and how many concessions are offered, it makes no difference because Israel does not want a two state solution. All this flexibility is in vain," he was quoted as saying.

The comments came a day after Al-Jazeera began a three-day release of the largest-ever immediate publication of confidential documents relating to the last 11 years of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.

"The whole approach has to be changed. What we need today is a unified leadership with a strategy that takes into consideration nothing will change unless the balance of power changes," Barghouti lamented.

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