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  • Did Abu-Mazen change? And what is he betting on?

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    Abu Mazen dropped the bet on whether he will commit to his refusal to resume negotiations. Despite the continuation and intensification of the American ,European and Israeli pressure, and possibly also for the Arabs  to resume the negotiations without freezing a complete settlement freeze, identifying  a reference for the peace process and begin from the point reached by the previous negotiations, abu Mazen is still insisting on his arrangement and said confirmed that  he would resist pressure, despite awareness of the fact that Israel might assassinate him as they  assassinated Yasser Arafat. Read more...

    Last Updated ( Friday, 27 August 2010 23:11 )
     

    Why Did the Palestinian Dialogue Fail?

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    The sixth round of national dialogue - a two-sided round of talks between Fateh and Hamas meant to produce an agreement that would restore Palestinian national unity - has failed. This failure has eroded Palestinian dignity and reduced the chances for success of the next round of talks, scheduled for July 28.

    The dialogue failed due to a number of reasons: Read more...

    Last Updated ( Friday, 27 August 2010 23:14 )
     

    A Significant gap in the Palestinian position

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    After almost finishing his ninth visit with failure George Mitchell was able to form a significant gap in the Palestinian position which refused the  resumption of the  negotiations, through obtaining a promise to study the proposed  indirect negotiations, and the approval of the President on holding Palestinian-Israeli meetings to discuss the trust-building measures in which the Israel intends to submit to the Palestinians, Abu Mazen did not agree that the next meetings will deal with political issues, or be at top levels . Read more...

    Last Updated ( Friday, 27 August 2010 23:09 )
     
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