Dear Johnboy, 1. If the right of return of Palestinian refugees will result in the ending of Israel, why on earth should Israel even accept this as an agenda for negotiation? 2. If the previous Palestinian authority made bilateral agreements with Israel conceding that not all lands within the pre-67 border will constitute a new Palestinian state, then why should Israel back-step and re-negotiate this point with the Saudis? 3. That the Palestinians are in a total mess regarding their factional infighting, countless militias and a large percentage of their military power-brokers bent on destroying Israel, as an Israeli at least, I would suggest that, no matter how interested I am in having peace with our Palestinian neighbors, entering negotiation with them today can only result in disaster (for them and for us). The Palestinians need to get their camp in order before we can proceed to have serious discussions with them.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Arab leaders rule out amending Saudi proposal
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