Tag Archive for Trump Peace Initiative

Palestinian Leader Advocates Continuing ‘Resistance’, Wait For Trump’s Replacement

 

Palestinian president was urged by jailed mass-murderer Marwan Barghouti to reject the soon to be made public American peace plan, at all costs, saying Trump will be gone sooner or later, then again, there will be a US leader that will capitulate to all of their demands.

By Israel Today Staff

 

Jailed terrorist leader Marwan Barghouti said that if the Palestinian Authority will just remain steadfast, US President Donald Trump will soon disappear, and the “peace” process can return to being a fully anti-Israel affair.

Trump is expected to soon announce his long-awaited Middle East peace plan.

Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas (left) and jailed mass-murderer Marwan Barghouti (by BDalim) – Photos: Wikimedia

Barghouti urged Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas to reject it, no matter its content and no matter what pressure he might come under. Continue Reading »

US Special Negotiator Slams Palestinian Negotiator Over ‘Empty Rhetoric’, Lying

President Trump’s Special Representative for Int’l Negotiations Jason Greenblatt fires back at PLO official Saeb Erekat on Twitter for intentionally lying to purposely impede any possibility of cooperation between the Palestinians & the United States.

BY JTA

 

US special Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt fired back after Palestinian official Saeb Erekat circulated a letter to foreign diplomats stationed in Ramallah, accusing the American diplomat of being a mouthpiece for Israel.

COGAT commander, Maj-Gen Yoav Mordechai (left) takes President Trump’s Special Representative for Int’l Negotiations Jason Greenblatt (center) on a tour of the Gaza border, 29 Aug 2017. – Photo: U.S.

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Palestinian autocrat Abbas: ‘We Reject Any American Peace Plan’

No longer concealing from American Presidents the Palestinian agenda of ultimately rejecting any peace agreement offered,  Mahmoud Abbas is now openly admitting that while he may engage the US administration on its ideas to resolve the conflict, he will never accept any deal.

By ADAM RASGON

 

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday said the Palestinians will not accept any US plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

He made the comment at the beginning of a conference in Ramallah about Jerusalem.

After reducing the local Christian population from over 70% to less than 10%, Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas visits the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.

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Palestinian spokesman: With violence, we will thwart Trump’s peace initiative

The official spokesman for the Palestinian Authority kleptocrat Mahmoud Abbas, is threatening to increase the violence against Israel if the U.S. continues their endeavors in advancing the White House’s planned peace talks.

By Dalit Halevi

 

Nabil Abu Rudeineh, the official spokesman of Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas, on Sunday threatened increased violence against Israel in an attempt to thwart the American plan to renew talks between Israel and the PA.

Palestinian thug, Nabil Abu Rudeineh – Photo: Arabic media

The PA’s official news agency Wafa quoted Abu Rudeineh as saying that “all the plots aimed at eliminating the Palestinian problem will collapse because of the steadfastness of the Palestinian people and its adherence to the basic principles and legitimate rights.”

“Our path is clear and we stand behind Abu Mazen’s historic leadership, in order to oppose all the suspicious plans,” he added. Continue Reading »

Abbas invited to meet Jordan’s King Abdullah to discuss Trump’s peace plan

PA autocrat Abbas summoned to meet with Jordan’s King Abdullah to discuss the ‘nearly finished’ US peace plan.
– Breaking from the strategies of past administrations, Trump’s peace initiative will be proposing specific solutions to ‘stickler points’ as opposed to a broad framework of principles suggested in past negotiations.

By i24NEWS

 

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will meet Jordan’s King Abdullah II in Amman on Monday to discuss US President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan, which officials in Washington say is nearly ready to be unveiled.

A report by the New York Times on Sunday cited senior US officials as saying that the Trump administration is putting the finishing touches on the plan which will break from the strategies of past administrations by proposing specific solutions as opposed to a broad framework of principles. Continue Reading »

Palestinian leader was told by Egypt, Saudi Arabia to accept Trump peace initiative

Two advisors to the Palestinian autocrat report that both the Egyptian and Saudi leaders told Abbas to stop being stubborn and discontinue his challenging Israel, President Trump and his officials.

By i24NEWS

 

Leaders from two important Arab nations have advised Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to accept the peace deal that will be offered by the US, two Abbas advisors told i24NEWS on Thursday.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi both told Abbas that he has no choice but to be pragmatic, according to sources. Abbas was told that Arabs also must accept the new realities and acquiesce to the demands of the US under President Donald Trump.

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Intransigent Palestinians get EU officials to pressure Trump on accepting ’67 lines

On behalf of the Palestinian autocrat, European countries have reached out to President Trump’s administration over making changes to the proposed U.S. peace plan.
– Chances of the White House taking into account the list of Palestinian demands (via the Europeans) is low, says a diplomatic source.

By Elior Levy

 

European countries have held talks with President Donald Trump’s administration—at the Palestinian Authority’s behest—in an attempt to change the American peace plan, reported the pan-Arab Al-Hayat newspaper Thursday morning.

Palestinians are reportedly demanding the Trump peace plan be based on the two-state solution predicated on the 1967 borders and east Jerusalem as the Palestinian capital.Western diplomatic sources confirmed talks between the Washington administration and European countries were indeed taking place, but said chances were low of the Americans taking into account all of the Europeans’ demands regarding the peace push. Continue Reading »

Arab Media REPORT: US ‘Peace Plan’ deemed unacceptable by the Palestinians

Saudi newspaper headquartered in London quoted the Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister complaining how the U.S. plan tilts toward Israel, how it’s unacceptable to the Palestinians since it divides Jerusalem, won’t allow Palestinian refugees ‘right of return’ nor will Israel dismantle Jewish settlement blocks.

By HERB KEINON, MICHAEL WILNER

 

Two days after EU Foreign Policy chief Federica Mogherini [photographed below] warned the US against taking false steps on the peace process, the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq al-Awsat report Wednesday that the plan Washington is hammering out calls for a demilitarized Palestinian state with limited sovereignty and borders that do not match the 1967 lines. Continue Reading »

Palestinian autocrat Abbas repeats: Jerusalem is only Arab, Islamic & Christian

While reiterating how Palestinian hands are extended to peace, which will be achieved through negotiations, PA chairman refuses to:
1) Negotiate with Israel following Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital,
2) Refuses the United States as an integral negotiation facilitator,
3) Refuses to drop Jerusalem as their capital,
4) Demands the return of 5 million “refugees” to Israel.
– So much for Abbas’ veracity of negotiating without preconditions.

By Dalit Halevi

 

Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas is continuing his diplomatic offensive against the United States and Israel following President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Washington’s cut to the financial aid it provides to UNRWA. Continue Reading »

Palestinian Arabs Violently Chase American Diplomats Out of Bethlehem

Palestinian autocrat, Mahmoud Abbas’ abusive language directed at the American administration has manifested in Palestinians shoving American diplomats physically out of a building in Betlehem, and yelling “you are not welcome,” then hurling tomatoes and kicking the diplomat’s cars as they attempted to flee to safety back in Jerusalem.

By Israel Today Staff

 

Palestinian outrage over US President Donald Trump’s support for Israel’s claims to the city of Jerusalem has finally turned to violence against Americans.

Palestinians in the Aida refugee camp near Bethlehem hang effigies of Donald Trump and Mike Pence, January 27, 2018 – Photo: Facebook (Times of Israel)

The US Consulate in Jerusalem last week attempted to host a digital marketing workshop in Bethlehem. Continue Reading »

Poll: Palestinian Arabs prefer terrorism over peace deal with Israel

The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, found that a mere 26% of Palestinian Arabs support efforts to establish a peace deal with Israel, while most prefer continuing its “armed struggle,” the cynical euphemism for murdering Jews.

By David Rosenberg

 

A plurality of Palestinian Arabs support terror attacks against Israelis Jews, while only about a quarter say they support negotiations to resolve the conflict, a new poll shows.

According to the results of a survey released Thursday by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, nearly 40% of Arab residents of Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip backed the use of violence against Israelis – called by the euphemism “armed struggle” for the purposes of the poll. Continue Reading »

White House Scorns Abbas for Crying to ‘Mama’ Europe After Pop said ‘No’

Rift continues to widen between White House and Palestinian Authority’s autocrat after leader attempted to eject President Trump from peace process by running to European Union Parliament in Brussels seeking statehood recognition without engaging in peace talks.
WATCH: Amb. Nikki Haley shellacs Mahmoud Abbas at UNSC

By Ryan Jones

 

The Trump White House was none too impressed by the Palestinian leadership’s temper tantrum following the president’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

And the Americans were downright scornful after the Palestinians then went crying to Europe and attempted to eject Trump from the Middle East peace process.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was in Brussels this week in a bid to convince the European Union to supplant the United States as the primary third-party broker in the peace process. Continue Reading »

Amb. Nikki Haley spotlights Abbas’ lack of courage in achieving Peace with Israel

WATCH Video:  US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley articulated how Jordan’s previous monarch, King Hussein, as well as Egypt’s President Anwar Sadat had the courage to seek peace for their people, but Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has for decades, used only “hate-filled speeches and end-runs around negotiations,” that only guaranteed a continuing conflict.
“We will not chase after a Palestinian leadership that lacks what is needed to achieve peace,” Haley said.

By MICHAEL WILNER

 

WASHINGTON – Following a warning from President Donald Trump that the US will cut aid to the Palestinians if they refuse to return to peace talks with Israel, his ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, specified the administration’s criticism to PA President Mahmoud Abbas, questioning his ability to lead his people to peace. Continue Reading »

At Davos Netanyahu proposes to int’l community ‘new model’ for peace with Palestinians

With the majority of both Israelis and Arabs rejecting the ‘2-state solution,’  PM Netanyahu suggested to the World Economic Forum in Davos a ‘new model’ for peace with the Palestinians, with Israel maintaining security control of the region, but allowing the Arabs to govern themselves.
– Netanyahu asserted: ‘There’s no substitute for the US’ as mediator.’

By The Associated Press, Reuters

 

Israel’s prime minister is suggesting a “new model” for peace with the Palestinians that would allow them to govern themselves but maintain Israeli control over security.

Speaking at a discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday, Benjamin Netanyahu declined to endorse a “two-state solution” favored by the Palestinians and most of the international community. Continue Reading »

Arab Leaders in Davos Agree: Peace Talks Should Resume Despite Jerusalem Controversy

– Saudi FM, “It will be possible to renew negotiations despite the current crisis…”
– King Abdullah II of Jordan, “Renewing the negotiations is dependent on goodwill expressed by both parties.” 

By GIDEON KOUTS / MAARIV

 

Arab leaders in Davos expressed optimism Wednesday about the possibility of renewing Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, despite controversy over the recent US decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

King Abdullah II of Jordan – Photo: World Economic Forum/Wikimedia

King Abdullah II of Jordan told Maariv during the Davos conference that, following US President Donald Trump’s announcement and intention to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, he would rather see the glass half full and focus on relations with Israel and how these ties can promote peace. Continue Reading »