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Palestinians Again Consider Bypassing Peace Talks For UN


The Palestinian Authority is again entertaining ending bilateral meetings with Israel and turning the matter to the UN.

Frustrated with the Israeli delegation’s refusal to agree to a construction freeze in Judea and Samaria before resuming peace talks, PA President Mahmoud Abbas may approach the UN to demand an end to construction, a senior Palestinian official told Al Hayat newspaper.

The official said the fourth and final meeting between Israeli envoy Itzik Molho and Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, scheduled for January 25, would be critical because it would determine whether or not the two parties will move to direct negotiations.

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