expresses itself that embodies the reasons why the Palestian people are kept from achieving their goals. Their diplomatic language has a strain of revolution and rejection permiating it. It's frightening to listen to. And their logic is fractured. The UN can say yes, we agree there should be a Palestinian state, but the affirmation is basically meaningless unless the Palestinian leadership sits down face to face with Israel and works out the details. I hate to say it, but the Palestinian (leadership) never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity. It's a sad thing to see them constantly let their people down by overpromising and underachieving and making massive errors in judgement as they just have partnering with Hamas.
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Kerry: If Assad does not adhere to ceasefire plan there 'will clearly be repercussions' (Reuters)
from the article: Abbas: Netanyahu's vision for peace is nothing we can build on