It could be nothing more than a trial balloon, but the idea floated byShtayyeh and tucked by Haaretz at the end of the interview - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Rammer
    • 02.12.13 | 03:03 (IST)

    is not exactly outlandish. There were glaring indication from the beginning. For one thing, the timeframe for both the Geneva negotiations and the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations will end in the same month – May. The Palestinians entered into their 9 month stretch in July, about the time that the Americans and Iranians had put together the paradigm of their agreement. All this could be coincidental, but it also could have been deliberately arranged so that that the success of Geneva, if that were to come about, would automatically be followed by elevating the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations to the Geneva venue. If this is actually what is happening now under our eyes, it would follow that a Palestinian solution that is to the liking of Iran was included in the framework worked out by the Americans and Iranians in July. No wonder NetanyaWho’s mind has gone bye bye.

    from the article: U.S., Russia should hold Geneva talks for Israeli-Palestinian peace, says negotiator
    First published 23:48 01.12.13 | Last updated 23:48 01.12.13
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