Kushner Meeting With Abbas Was Tense And Unsuccessful

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Palestinian sources described the meeting between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Jared Kushner, a chief adviser to President Donald Trump, as “disappointing,” Hebrew media outlet Ynet reported on Friday.

Kushner arrived in Israel on Wednesday as a part of the new US administration’s push to begin mapping out a pathway to the resumption of direct negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians. The US delegation then traveled to Ramallah to meet with members the Palestinian Authority.

According to the report, Abbas refused American requests to stop the payment, asserting that it is an “internal Palestinian issue.” The sources also expressed disappointment in the American delegation, which included Jared Kushner and US envoy Jason Greenblatt, for not discussing the topic of a two-state solution, a flagship issue for the PA.

The sources said that though the American delegation sympathized more with the Israeli side, Palestinian leaders will wait to see what comes of Abbas’ meeting in Washington, slated for next month. Read more at i24NEWS.

{Matzav}

6 COMMENTS

  1. i could have saved both Kushner and Greenblatt alot of time and expense and told them at the onset that they will not be successful when talking to a known liar such as Abbas. did they really think otherwise?

  2. Kushner Meeting With Abbas Was Tense And Unsuccessful.
    OH Really WHAT DID U EXPECT????
    It’s time we wake up and smell the coffee…

    only Moshiach will solve our problems.

  3. Oh come on! Fake news. How can a Manhattan Liberal like Jared not be successful in saving the world and reign peace upon the entire world?!

  4. a couple Jewish guys, sitting in the same room with a bunch of Jew hating terrorists… and people are surprised that it was tense…?

  5. I’m in israel now and we are very happy. Sunday Rosh Chodesh the women off the wall will be causing their trouble as they do every Rosh Chodesh.

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