PA’s Abbas Accedes that it Accepted a State on Less Than a Quarter of Historic Palestine

PA leader, Mahmoud Abbas. (Photo: File)

Palestinian Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas, has said he had accepted the establishment of a Palestinian state on less than a quarter of historic Palestine in order to bring peace and an end to years of conflict.

Abbas addressed the European Parliament in Brussels, saying: “Israel wants to buy time to establish facts on the ground and make the two-state solution idea unachievable, while it continues to build settlements and confiscate our land and construct the segregation wall,” MEMO reported.

He added that, “The Palestinian Authority has been going round in empty circles through its negotiations with the Israeli side since the Madrid Conference and the Oslo agreement, in spite of the Palestinians’ sacrifices”.

Abbas has renewed his support for the two-state solution and the establishment of a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with its capital in East Jerusalem, stating that he “does not oppose some land swap on the condition of solving the refugees’ crisis according to the UN Resolution 194 and the Arab Peace Initiative”.


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  1. Any such agreement is worthless & unforceable
    1 Palestinian National Resistance rejects it on the grounds of Article 49 Fraud & Article 50 Corruption as qualified by Vienna Convention on Laws of Treaties
    1.1 VC_LOT State of Palestine Accession April 2, 2014
    2 Resistance through Armed Force shall continue vs State of Israel War Criminal occupation of UNGA 181 State of Israel
    I. Israel_Palestine Conflict is not Civil War
    1 Palestinian National Resistance are not secessionist insurgents
    2 International Conflict: UNGA 181 Part II Boundaries sefines respective Borders

  2. The only agreement that the UN and the rest of the world accepts as International Law.

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