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    • Ron
    • 11.02.10 | 00:31 (IST)

    The Arabs and Palestinians have accepted Israel's "right to be." The problem is Israel. Not the Arabs. Hamas: In 2009, Khaled Meshal, Hamas political bureau chief stated that Hamas would accept the creation of a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders of Israel. In 2006 he stated that conflict with Israel is religious , not political, and "the Jews have a covenant with God that is to be respected and protected." Fatah: "Fatah stresses its commitment to the pursuit of a comprehensive peace with Israel but reiterates the Palestinian peoples right to resistance to occupation in all its forms in line with international law." Arab League: In 2002, and again in 2007. The Arab league including, Palestine, recognized the State of Israel and offered normalizing of relations with all 22 nations of the League, if Israel would withdraw from the occupied territories. Likud: "The Government of Israel flatly rejects the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan river."

    from the article: Palestinians seeks U.S. clarification on proposal to renew Mideast talks
    First published 10:35 09.02.10 | Last updated 10:36 09.02.10
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