"[The recent French proposal] reshaped the issue of the “Jewish state” into a formula that is also unacceptable to us-–two states for two peoples. They can describe Israel itself as a state for two peoples, but we will be a state for one people. The story of `two states for two peoples’ means that there will be a Jewish people over there and a Palestinian people here. We will never accept this….We will not sacrifice the 1.5 million Palestinians with Israeli citizenship who live within the 1948 borders, and we will never agree to a clause preventing the Palestinian refugees from returning to their country.” The "moderate" Palestinian wants Israel to be a country for two peoples, Jews and Palestinians, and have a Judenrein Palestine on top of it, from which to launch eternal war until any trace of the Jewish state is obliterated. So much for Fatah's "moderation".
Syria denies targeting refugee camp; UN condemns "murderous attack" (Reuters)