December 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);12/2/2010, Vol. 194 Issue 4990, p4
The article offers information on issues related to Palestine and Israel. It states that Palestinians Authority (PA) president Mahmoud Abbas is waiting for the response of the U.S. on the settlement freeze of Israel and Palestine. It says that Israel is planning to construct 625 homes in West Bank to stop the measures of the U.S. to conduct peace talks on Israel and Palestine. It adds that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhayu is asking for a Palestinian leader to be his political partner.


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