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The Palestinian Authority cut ties with the U.S. administration following Trump's embassy announcement in December 2017.
It is more important for Abu Mazen to go down in history as one who stood firm against this eventuality rather than to take practical measures that would ease the hardships of his people
The White House unveiled the plan in English a few days before the Bahrain conference, which took place from June 25-26.
"Our solution will be an outline for what can be done to help these people start living a better life."
The senator spoke to reporters after his trip to the Middle East with Senator Chris Murphy as members of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee.
By OMRI NAHMIAS
A senior Palestinian official in Ramallah refused to comment on the report.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Such change, moreover, couldn’t have come at a more fitting time.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
The simple but constant noise coming from the Palestinian side over the previous decade was not peace and compromise, but unstinting rejectionism.
By DANIEL SEAMAN
"But if that would've worked, we would've made peace a long time ago on that basis," he said.
“There will be no talk about a future Palestinian state,” he said. “The Israeli Right doesn’t believe in the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.”
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
Israelis have grown more cynical over the years regarding the chances for peace. The parents of first-time may have believed in the Oslo Accords, but those hopes were dashed.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Now we are witnessing the final stages of the implementation of the plan devised by Sharon, and likely to be completed if Netanyahu wins the elections on April 9.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Current and former US officials tell Reuters they believe Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is positioning himself to perhaps be a spoiler in still-fragile negotiations.
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