Abbas refuses to resume talks with Israel without a settlement
24-Nov-2011 | News-Press Release
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Abbas refuses to resume talks with Israel without a settlement freeze, Jordan doesn't believe that Israeli building in the West Bank should be an obstacle to talks.King Abdullah also has an interest in making sure Mr. Abbas's reconciliation with Hamas doesn't come at Jordan's expense.
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