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    • Max
    • 13.08.10 | 09:46 (IDT)

    President Abbas has been stalling for years. His main focus should be on building a state for his people (so that millions of Palestinian refugees can go back to their own nation) and not on abiding to the Arab League's agenda. Does he really think that Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the scoundrels care whether he has a nation or not? No, they don't. All they care about is to have an excuse to fight Israel, try to insult its integrity and try to deny its right to exist and defend itself. Only PA doesn't see that.

    from the article: EU: Abbas close to accepting direct Mideast peace talks
    First published 04:50 13.08.10 | Last updated 04:50 13.08.10
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