Report: Saudis told Abbas no E. J'lem capital, settlements stay
Roi Kais
Published: 04.12.17, 11:52
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1. Saudi present proposal is largely acceptable
C   (12.04.17)
the so called palestinians will never get more.
2. Nothing with the tag "Palestine" is acceptable, why should
Israel, as the only country on this planet accept foreign occupier claiming being something that never existed?!
3. "the so called palestinians will never get more.",
A ,   OutThere   (12.04.17)
but that doesn't mean they aren't going to try, and fail, as usual.
4. We dont want a Palestinian state anymore
Khalil ,   Ramallah   (12.04.17)
The most important factor is that we stay living on this land and we will do forever and we will be a majority under an apartheid system but eventually we will get out equal rights in a one country solution. Apartheid can't last forever!
5. The Fantastic three
Avi L.   (12.04.17)
Donald, Bibi, MBS

Donald and Bibi under investigation looking for some firework to distract the audience.

MBS trying to show everybody he is Da Man.

Like the Three Stooges?

While the three snakes Putin, Erdogan and Khamenei working seriously and steadily for their geopolitical goals.
6. its not exactly a plan....but
Sandy   (12.04.17)
the illegitimacy of the palestinians in Sinai could undermine peace in the region considering the inability of the egyptian government to defend vigorously civilians living there. Russia is planing to build military bases in Egypt, Saudi Arabia is providing a lot aid to Egypt too, not to mention that our
partner United States sold a billioner deal in military equipment to Saudi Arabia. There is a notorious saudi influence in Lebanon and Jordan as well.
Maybe The Saudi Prince is a voice for stability and favored peace, or maybe the good ones are the Iranians. After all Iran never attacked Israel, you cant said the same about Saudi Arabia in 1948. Shalom

7. Fact checking proves this is fake news!
The NYT article this is based on carries information out of Lebanon and not out of Saudi Arabia! Clearly the NYT journalist is no middle east expert.
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