Hindi: The PA attempt to extract recognition of a state is useless

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- Senior Islamic Jihad official Mohamed Al-Hindi belittled the move which the Palestinian authority (PA) intends to take later this month at the UN aimed at extracting recognition of a Palestinian state within 1967 borders.

    Hindi attributed this to two important changes, the first is the failure of all "peace" projects, and the second is the Arab revolutions and the battle for liberation in the region.

    He added that the Arab uprisings would rehabilitate the Palestinian cause as a matter of national liberation.

    "Following these two changes, the failure of 'peace process' should be admitted and steps should be initiated to implement the reconciliation agreement and to reach a consensus on a national strategy based on a program for liberation in order to restore the Palestinian right," the Islamic Jihad official underscored.

    The official also stressed the need for crystallizing a comprehensive struggle vision leading to new intifada against the occupation.

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    why can't the PA just make peace with israel and become a nation?
     
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    GAZA, (PIC)-- MP Rawya Shawa has called on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to explain to the Palestinians in detail what exactly he would request from the United Nations in September.

    She added that Abbas must consult with all Palestinian forces and communities on such crucial issues and explain in detail all what concerns such a step.

    “The step of switching representation from an organization to a state could have negative repercussions, especially on Palestinians in the diaspora and on the Palestinian refugees’ right of return and the ability to continue representation in the institutions of the United Nations and other international organizations,” MP Shawa said in statement on Sunday.

    “The Palestinian Authority should have weighed the step in advance in all its aspects, including the legal ones, and discussed the matter in depth with specialists instead of handing all the cards to the politicians, who have been negotiating for more than 18 years without results,” said Shawa, who is a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.

    Shawa also called for telling the Palestinians the desired results to be produced from the step, so that citizens can prepare to become real partners and defend the step when the need arises, saying that the Palestinians are desperately waiting for a serious resolution since the signing of the Oslo Accords, which were much to the interest of the Israelis.

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    Israel wants no part in anything that resembles peace.
     
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    In anything resembling arab understanding of peace, of course, according to which "peace" is a global "absence" of infidels, to which infidels, understandably, object.
     

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