Both France and England may recognize Palestinian state
The French and British Prime Ministers both gave interviews Thursday morning that indicated their willingness to recognize a Palestinian state if peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians result in failure. The statements came in the midst of a diplomatic visit to both countries by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
British Prime Minister David Cameron told Netanyahu that unless Israel engages in a real and meaningful peace process with the Palestinians, Britain would consider backing the declaration of a Palestinian state that the Palestinian President plans to make at the United Nations General Assembly in September.
Recent Articles about International Peace process
Israeli Forces Shoot, Kidnap Students During Demonstration 18:20 Wed 07 Oct
Palestinian Killed After Snatching Israeli Soldier’s Weapon 14:50 Wed 07 Oct
Two Injured By Israeli Fire In Bethlehem 13:33 Wed 07 Oct
Palestinian Girl, 18, Seriously Injured In Jerusalem 13:08 Wed 07 Oct
Soldiers Kidnap 22 Palestinians, Including Children, In Hebron 10:47 Wed 07 Oct
Six Palestinians Kidnapped In Jenin, Two Injured In Hebron 02:55 Wed 07 OctFull Story