US deal will trade off ‘Jewish’ Israel for 1967 lines — report

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to the press in Tel Aviv at the end of his trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories, December 13, 2013. (photo credit: Flash90/Matty Stern)

US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to the press in Tel Aviv at the end of his trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories, December 13, 2013. (photo credit: Flash90/Matty Stern)

Palestinian sources tell Saudi daily that negotiators will need to make tough decisions in coming weeks

(SOURCE)  US Secretary of State John Kerry will offer Israeli and Palestinian negotiators a political trade-off: Israeli recognition of the 1967 lines as a basis for the future Palestinian state, in return for Palestinian recognition of Israel as the state of the Jewish people, Palestinian sources told the Saudi daily Al-Watan on Sunday.

According to the sources, the mutual recognition will constitute the core of a framework agreement to be signed by the end of January, and negotiated in greater detail during the following months.

 “The coming weeks will be difficult for the Palestinian and Israeli sides, since they will need to make tough decisions,” a source told Al-Watan. “On the one hand, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will need to live with a text speaking of the 1967 borders, and the Palestinians, for their part, will need to live with a text speaking of Israel’s Jewishness.”

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4 thoughts on “US deal will trade off ‘Jewish’ Israel for 1967 lines — report

  1. Not good! The whole world is about to hear from God on this. We are living in a very extended time of God’s grace.. Israel could be the time clock to mark God’s intervention.

  2. We better get ready for some hard times if America goes against Israel and God {they part the land for profit}{ anyone who burdens
    themselves with Jerusalem will be cut in pieces}

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