The sequence is reported totally differently on Y Net.It is AFTER borders are agreed upon !! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 12.09.10 | 08:24 (IST)

    PM to demand peace deal end conflict Jerusalem sources say Netanyahu will tell Abbas during next round of talks at Sharm El-Sheikh that if settlement on borders of two states is reached, conflict over land must end and Palestinians must recognize Jewish state Jerusalem officials say Netanyahu will ask Abbas to agree to a settlement on "the end of Palestinian claims" and "what is in Israel belongs to the Jews and what is in Palestine – to the Palestinians". "We totally understand that Abbas cannot say this before the cameras at this stage," one source said Saturday. "But he needs to recognize the principle that if we reach a settlement on borders then Israel will demand that it end the conflict, and the Palestinians recognize the Jewish state. "The solutions to the various problems need to be derivatives of the fact that after a deal is struck – the story ends. The prime minister will not agree to a principle that allows the Palestinians to establish a state and then continue the argument over which territory belongs to whom." Attila Somfalvi Published: 09.12.10, 00:08 / Israel News

    from the article: Israel and Palestinians clash over agenda for direct peace talks
    First published 00:45 12.09.10 | Last updated 00:45 12.09.10
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