No they didn't. They said they were happy to enter into the process when Netanyahu states he accepts the obligations of the proposal to end settlements and start talks based on 67 borders with agreed land swaps. Those are simply Israels obligations under the Quartet process and Abbas quite rightly given Netanyahu's history, wants confirmation and public proof before they engage. The recalcitrant is Israel for not upholding its obligations in this process and the recently failed process.
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