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Arab League: Chance remains for negotiations to move forward
Published Monday 07/04/2014 (updated) 08/04/2014 14:00
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CAIRO (Ma'an) -- Arab League deputy secretary-general Ahmed Ben Helli criticized pressure on President Mahmoud Abbas in negotiations with Israel, saying that pressure should be exerted on Israel for not upholding their commitments.

Ben Helli said that a meeting between Arab foreign ministers, which was called by Abbas, will be held Wednesday to brief them on the updates of the peace process and the options the PLO is considering.

“We are convinced that the Palestinian position will be supported by Arabs,” Ben Helli said. “We still think that the United States has a role in pushing the peace process forward.”

He added that they still think there is a chance for negotiations to move forward, but all indicators suggest that Israeli negotiators are making excuses and maneuvering their way out of achieving peace.

He reiterated the Arab League support for Palestine and its decision to join international treaties.
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1 ) Tibi / Tubas
07/04/2014 22:55
The ARAB League LEADERS must be DELUSIONAL, since the ONLY "CHANCE for negotiations to move FORWARD" IS for Palestinians or Israelis to SURRENDER to the other, and we all know that NEITHER WILL EVER do so, and thus * NO PALESTINIAN STATE WILL NEVER BE CREATED.

2 ) Outlier / USA
08/04/2014 02:32
The chances are thin and none, and thin just went for a long cigarette break.
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