Abbas calls for peace talks during Nakba speech

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May 15, 2006 10:46

 
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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on Monday for Israel to return to the negotiating table, during a speech marking the anniversary of what the Palestinians consider to be the "catastrophe" (Nakba) of Israel's creation. Abbas also urged Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip to halt rocket attacks on Israel. He said that the violence encouraged Israel to step up its military activity and proceed with unilateral plans to impose a border on the Palestinians. "I tell our neighbors, the Israelis, that we want to make a just and lasting peace with you, and we want a better future for our children and yours. So come to make this year a year of peace," he said in remarks set to be broadcast later Monday on Palestinian television and radio.

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