request that a border plan proposal be announced as no progress is expected in the near future peace talks. The international arena can only do so much, whether it's the U.S. or the UN, and only the parties of the region can delineate the borders between the two states. The U.S. can only mediate the diplomatic talks. Netanyahu's government has neither halted construction in the WB nor indicated future borders which only verifies their indecision about a real ME peace. Of course, one shouldn't be as surprised about this impasse because, in fact, Netanyahu comprehends or views the territorial dispute as those in Jewish leaderships in the Diaspora (his most influential years were based in the U.S. and eg. former foreign policy advisor was Canadian, Caroline Glick, etc. ) and not as accumulative as a real open minded "Israeli-Sabra". Indeed, because of Netanyahu, the country has taken many detours from the path to peace. And isn't that the truth because how does one really comprehend the magnitude of a predicament unless they've actually experienced it unbiasedly? Either you're going to follow the obligations which were committed and set in the past agreements or continue faltering. So far, nothing has changed and it's the same Netanyahu, unlike what was initially related to us upon his second term as PM.
Abbas to urge UN to pressure Israel to permit entrance to Palestinian refugees from Syria (Haaretz)
from the article: Thank you, Obama, for showing the Israeli left your true colors