On Nov. 15, 1988, the PLO declared its (fake) independence. If the peace negotiations can be ended by Nov. 15th of next year, their "Independence Day" holiday can remain the same, so they wouldn't argue much about the delay of 2 months (September was the target date). Moreover, with the 1 month spent on direct negotiations, there is still slightly more than a year left to finish the job according to the old US estimate of "negotiations for one year". If the negotiations drag on and on, The Palestinians should declare independence unilaterally. It will also be "unreal", except that the vast majority of countries in the world, as well as the UN, will recognize it this time, causing Israel considerable diplomatic trouble.
Hello user Logout | profile
You have watched of 10 articles
Turkey's Erdogan: UN must prevent 'ethnic cleansing' in Syria, stop Iranian 'massacre' (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu is fomenting revolution in the West Bank