(1) gives the Palestinians "real" borders (i.e. the 1967 Lines = the borders), and these can only be changed by mutual agreement, and what that sentence is saying is that the Palestinians are signalling that they are perfectly willing to enter into such negotiations, but (2) gives the Palestinians borders-that-aren't-borders, which means that if the negotiations are fruitless then the Palestinians face the prospect of having their "real" borders dictated to them by Israel. Which, obviously, is unacceptable to them.
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Israeli delegation to reconciliation talks returns from Zurich, talks to resume in near future.22:18 11.02.16 | 0 comments