"Let's make peace - both diplomatic peace and economic peace. There is no reason why we can't meet, the Palestinian Authority president and I, anywhere in Israel, and since we are in Be'er Sheva, I say, let's meet here.
"The Palestinian population living alongside us has a basic right to live in peace, security and prosperity. In recent weeks, we have made great efforts to ease their lives. We've removed many roadblocks, we have decided to increase the operating hours of the Allenby Bridge for more goods, and I've decided to advance a series of projects with the Palestinians to promote peace. But all these efforts can only bring us to a certain point, and the results will be multiplied by the dozen if there is cooperation from the other side."
Many in the Israeli public, the Knesset, and in Galut (the Jewish Diaspora) have been wondering, "What the hell is going on with Bibi?" Is he caving to Marack? Is he being an obstructionist? I'm starting to think he is something else: a Demonstrationalist.
Abbas emphasized that in a final status agreement, he would not give up on even one inch of the West Bank, saying that the Palestinians "demand territorial continuity between the West Bank and Gaza Strip and won't give up on the right of return."Over the weekend, Abbas sent a letter to Obama in which he reiterated Palestinian demands for a peace deal based on a the establishment of a Palestinian state along the June 1967 borders.
The PA is determined to move forward with genocide. The Syrian foreign minister has also announced that it will not enter into negotiations with Israel unless the Israelis indicate that they will surrender the Golan Heights. There's your answer Bibi. Either stop this game now, or get out of the way for those who can. The names Tzipi Hotovely, Benny Begin, Uzi Landau, and Moshe Yaalon come to mind.