A February 5-8 poll conducted in the West Bank and Gaza Strip by the Palestinian Centre for Policy and Survey Research found that 94 per cent of Palestinians reject the plan, which Trump has called the "Deal of the Century".
The Israelis and Palestinians met in NY today, but it was in opposition to US President Donald Trump's peace plan.
United States ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft speaks during a Security Council meeting at United Nations headquarters in New York, Feb. 11, 2020. Geographically, they span Europe, South Africa, Australia, Canada and Central America. "This is the best plan that exists for the Middle East - for the Middle East - and for the State of Israel and for the Palestinians, too", he said, adding that the plan "recognizes reality and the rights of the people of Israel, both of which you [Abbas] constantly refuse to recognize".
The new U.S. peace plan "cancels out the rights of the Palestinians" and "cannot achieve peace", Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said while addressing the United Nations on Tuesday.
The Palestinian leadership, which cut off ties with the US after Trump recognized disputed Jerusalem as Israel's capital in 2017, have adamantly rejected the plan.
Still, according to John Lyndon, the Paris-based executive director of the Alliance for Middle East Peace, a campaign group, Abbas played a weak hand as best he could by turning back to the worldwide community. Despite this, Olmert said he has remained in contact continually with Abbas over the last 11 to 12 years. "This does not meet the aspirations of a two-state solution", he said. It would allow Israel to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank, including Jewish settlements that are home to hundreds of thousands of people and are considered illegal by most of the global community.
Indonesian Ambassador to the UN Dian Triansyah Djani said the Palestinian-Israeli conflict needed a two-state solution developed under credible multilateral negotiations and guided by internationally agreed-upon parameters in accordance with global law.
Diplomats said that the United States has put heavy pressure, including threats of financial repercussions, on Security Council members and that even some European nations were hesitant. "This proposal was from one state, supported by another state, to be imposed". "It will take some more time, but these negotiations will take place, and the partner of Israel to these negotiations will be Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority".
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Temperatures then will fall sharply Thursday evening into the overnight, with lows in the 20s to around 30 by Friday morning. Sunday will start sunny but turn cloudy by afternoon with a chance of showers, as highs reach the middle to upper 40s.
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He has played with confidence after that and has emerged as a key member of the side under Jose Mourinho . The Spurs boss continued: "From the intensity level and freshness, they were much stronger than us".
Olmert held a series of peace talks with Abbas in 2008, when he became Israeli prime minister.
Why are Arab states "divided" in the face of Trump's plan?
"Irrespective of the [fluctuating] relationship with our Israeli neighbors, we will not resort to violence", Abbas said. It envisions a disjointed Palestinian state that turns over key parts of the West Bank to Israel, siding with Israel on key contentious issues including borders and the status of Jerusalem and Jewish settlements.
"Only when he steps down can Israel and the Palestinians move forward", Danon said.
The plan, which was drafted without consulting the Palestinians, dictates strict conditions for them to follow, including a requirement that the future Palestinian state be demilitarized. "I have come before you today to say that peace between Israelis and Palestinians is still possible, it is achievable".
"The previous resolutions of this council reflect both International Law as well as parameters for these negotiations", Germany's representative said, rejecting the U.S. proposal. "Let us coexist in peace", he said.
"I think that there is a partner", Olmert reiterated, calling Abbas "the only partner in the Palestinian community that represents the Palestinian people, and that has manifested that he is prepared to negotiate".
Al Jazeera's Nida Ibrahim, reporting from Ramallah, stated the profusion of assistance for Abbas's speech came regardless of numerous Palestinians sensation helpless.