Recognising a Palestinian State
If talks are currently at a standstill, it is due largely to the fact that Palestine’s leaders have chosen the unilateral path instead of negotiating. They want to impose from outside the negotiating table what they refuse to discuss at the table.
2014-11-18 by Rafael Bardaji
Published October 27, 2014·Fox Newshttp://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/10/27/latest-palestinian-statehood-gambit/
There is no Palestinian “state” and no prospect for one without dramatic real-world changes that are unlikely in the foreseeable future.
2014-10-28 by John Bolton
Published in The Timeshttp://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/thunderer/article4247401.ece?shareToken=3dd631ffa603dccdc0e7c2915025f671
Hamas and Islamic State are part of the same Islamist front.
2014-10-25 by José María Aznar and Members of the Board
I have no idea how many Arabs or Israelis will save their lives if Hamas ceases to exist, but I expect that it will be many tens of thousands. On the other hand, without Hamas, it will be a lot easier to create a Palestinian State next to Israel.
2014-07-26 by Carlos Alberto Montaner