with the Palestinians based on the fairest parameters towards establishing the two-states resolution, because they've been the hardest to persuade that it's in Israel's best interest. But then again there are other parties which could join PM Netanyahu's coalition (but guess he'd have to jump ship to another party) should he be serious about an agreement. We've been there before many times and so we're used to this scenario.
In interview, Syria's Assad vows to continue fighting while talks take place (Reuters)
from the article: Israel's small, right-wing government