If I were Palestinian, I would be desperate: Desperate that Iran runs my national agenda via Jihadist terrorism; that all the options for a state -even "relinquishing" the maximalist destroy-Israel-, thus getting a state in the West Bank and Gaza, are being hijacked by Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and now the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Reconciliantions is the kiss of death. That's on my side of the divide. On the Israeli side, seeing settlements, bypass roads, and encroaching infrastructure grow in the land supposedly tagged for Palestine, would make me crawl up the walls. I can understand their desperation, but if I were Palestinian, I would decry my side's mistakes; not just accuse Israel for stalling.
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from the article: Palestinian delegation delivers peace talks demands to Netanyahu