Ahmad Qureia : Israel may make two-state solution impossible
Senior Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qureia has declared that Palestinians may demand to become part of a bi-national state with Israel, if the Israeli government continues to reject their proposed borders for a separate Palestinian state.
Ahmad Qureia, who heads Palestinian negotiators in US-brokered talks with Israel, told Fatah party loyalists that a two-state solution could be achieved only if Israel met their demands to withdraw from all Palestinian territory in accordance with 1967 borders, a reference to land in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip that Israel captured in the 1967 Six Day War.
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