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AL ARABIYA NEWS - Palestinians set conditions to resume Mideast peace talks with Israel

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    AL ARABIYA NEWS - SATURDAY, 3 March 2012 Palestinians set conditions to resume Mideast peace talks with Israel Friday, 02 March 2012
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      AL ARABIYA NEWS - SATURDAY, 3 March 2012
      Palestinians set conditions to resume Mideast peace talks with Israel
      Friday, 02 March 2012

      http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/03/02/198220.html


      By AL ARABIYA
      The Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) has set a number of
      conditions for resuming the Middle East peace talks, Al Arabiya reported
      citing a message that will be delivered to the Israelis by Jordan.

      Jordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Jouda is scheduled to deliver the
      message to Israel, after it is reviewed by the United States. The
      message, written in both Arabic and English, includes a roundup of the
      Middle East peace process along the past two decades.

      The conditions set by the Palestinians, according to the message,
      include an acceptance by the Israeli government “to the two-state
      solution based on the 1967 borders, with the possibility of a limited
      exchange of equal pieces of land and a full halt to the building of
      settlements including in East Jerusalem.”

      The conditions also include “the release of prisoners, especially those
      who have been detained before 1994, and cancelling all the decisions
      taken by the Israeli governments since 2000.”

      According to the message, the conditions also include “a respect to all
      the agreements signed between both sides, as it is illegal that only the
      Palestinians abide by those international agreements and commitments.”

      Jordan has recently hosted Palestinian-Israeli meetings, with the aim of
      resuming the stalled Middle East peace process.
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