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The "Peace to Prosperity" economic portion of the peace plan was released exactly one week prior.
Neither the Palestinian Authority nor the Israeli government were invited to the workshop. Instead, invitations were issued to Israeli and Palestinian business people.
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman told Al Jazeera that a Palestinian state is impossible in the current complex political climate.
Protests, derision follow ‘Peace to Prosperity’ workshop in Manama.
By SHANNA FULD/THE MEDIA LINE
The PA had called on Palestinians and Arabs to boycott the conference on the pretext that it was part of the US administration's scheme to "liquidate" the Palestinian cause.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Loay Alshareef sat down to have a conversation in Hebrew with Kan's Gili Cohen who traveled to Bahrain to cover the US-backed economic peace summit.
By ALON EINHORN
"These three initiatives are more than just a vision of a promising future for the Palestinian people—they are also the foundation for an achievable plan," the peace team promises in the document.
By OMRI NAHMIAS
The news comes just one day after Jordan, Egypt and Morocco announced that they will join Saudi Arabia and Gulf States at the summit on June 25-26 aimed at supporting the Palestinian economy.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
For PA leaders, individual Palestinians are invisible; they exist only as tiny pieces of the large nationalist agenda.
By ITAMAR MARCUS
The problem is that we are now in the cellphone age, and instead of taking out a pen and writing down the bearing on my parking ticket, I took a picture on my phone.
By HERB KEINON
Failure of the diplomatic effort derails the economic channel
By LIOR LEHRS
While the Palestinian Authority publicly denounced the conference, the cost will be to the Palestinian people, whose alliances in the Arab world and future bridges to peace will be no more.
By MIKE EVANS
Diplomatic Affairs: Not yet the toast of Manama
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