12 articles tagged "Abbas"
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Obama hands Syria over to Putin
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report September 10, 2016

debkafile reports that Putin virtually shut the door on further cooperation with the United States in Syria after signing a secret deal with Turkish leader Tayyip Edrogan. The agreed that they would map out together the next steps in the Middle East, including Syria.

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Mahmoud Abbas: Dialogue with Israel still on ice
In sharp U-turn, Palestinians to go through with UN Security Council statehood bid
DEBKAfile Special Report September 15, 2011

Thursday, Sept. 15, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas went back on his assurance 24 hours earlier to Saudi, European and Egyptian officials and decided to go through with his application to the UN Security Council on Sept. 23 for the admission of a Palestinian state to the world body. This was a pointed rebuff to the Obama administration whose envoys offered to renew US ties with the Palestinians if they refrained from applying to the Security Council. Tuesday, Abbas met with Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan in Cairo.

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Mahmoud Abbas and Khaled Meshal
Palestinians Forge a Snap Unity Deal which Benefits Hamas
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report April 29, 2011

Palestinian Mahmoud Abbas follows Saudi, Libyan and Syrian rulers in turning their backs on the Obama administration. He opted for a partnership with the military-capable Hamas and thereby thrown the US-Turkish-Israeli axis off-course.

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Beersheba casualties from Hamas rocket fire
Escalating Palestinian missile-mortar fire on Israeli cities boosts tension
DEBKAfile Special Report March 23, 2011

Wednesday, March 23, the second Grad missile hit Beersheba in 4 hours, 7 more mortar rounds exploded in the Eshkol district. debkafile: Hamas and Jihad Islami extremists feel free to shoot heavy missiles and dozens of mortar rounds at civilians in Israeli towns and villages, bucked up by support from post-Mubarak Egypt, Mahmoud Abbas' pursuit of Palestinian reconciliation and, most of all, by Israeli leaders' hesitancy to shoot them down because they are still playing by the old, pre-Arab Revolt rules.

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Mahmoud Abbas wants to ride Arab uprisings bandwagon
Abbas' double game: His Fatah tipped to endorse Itamar murders
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report March 12, 2011

Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas received a stern ticking-off when he called Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Saturday, March 12, to condemn the savage murder Friday night by Palestinian terrorists of the parents and three small children of an Israeli family while they slept at their home at Itamar on the West Bank.  The Prime Minister, knowing Abbas had quietly tipped Fatah heads to endorse the perpetrators, accused him of hypocrisy. Does Abbas want to stir up another Palestinian uprising?

 

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Netanyahu: They don't want to talk
An Israel diplomatic initiative now would bring Arab backlash
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis March 7, 2011

Defense Minister Ehud Barak has joined the foreign and domestic chorus pushing Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to launch a fresh initiative to end the stalemate in the peace process with the Palestinians. debkafile's analysts advise Netanyahu to hold his horses until the Arab revolt is better defined and the shape of the Palestinian leadership and state emerging from the Middle East turmoil is clearer. Arab protesters are ignoring Israel and, for now, its conflict with the Palestinians is a non-issue.

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Abu Mazen
A Palestinian Leakigate or a US Exit Plan from the Hopeless Peace Track?
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report January 27, 2011

The emir of Qatar had the Al Jazeera network which he owns run the Palestinian Papers to blacken the Palestinian Authority and its leader Mahmoud Abbas in order to please Tehran. But the emir may not have been the only schemer behind the leaks. They may have been contrived – or exploited – to enable the Obama administration to opt out of Middle East diplomacy.

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Mahmoud Abbas crucified by Arab TV
Palestinian leader says Al Jazeera's "exposé" is distorted
DEBKAfile Special Report January 24, 2011

The first take of the "Palestine Papers run Sunday night, Jan. 23, appearing on the Qatar-owned Arabic Al-Jazeera TV network is a transparent attempt to discredit Palestinian Authority leaders, especially Mahmoud Abbas and Saab Erekat, as ready to sell their people out by exaggerated concessions to Israel - especially on Jerusalem and Temple Mount. Both dismiss the "papers" as a pack of half-truths and distortions.

debkafile reveals they were sold to the TV network by a disgruntled Palestinian staffer fired from the PA's NFU-Negotiating Support Team.

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Khaled Meshaal
Hamas Sets up a Secret Palestinian Government-in-Exile in Damascus
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report December 23, 2010

Tehran is promoting the creation of a Hamas government-in-exile. It will remain secret until the moment is at hand to topple the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah and take its place. Hamas-Gaza is left out in the cold.

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The map on the obstacle course to peace
Obama to present US Israel-Palestinian border map within 3 months
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report November 14, 2010

debkafile's Washington sources disclose that the three-month settlement construction freeze-for-incentives deal Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu discussed with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Friday, Nov. 12, also included a commitment to hold negotiations with the Palestinians during that period on final borders. Assuming the talks collapse, the Obama administration will itself chart those borders and present an American map to both sides before the three months are up. This map will closely adhere to Palestinian aspirations.

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His concession enables resumption of talks
Mid East talks resume January. Netanyahu relents on building freeze
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report November 2, 2010

Direct Israeli-Palestinian talks, interrupted in September after less than a week, will resume in January, 2011 following a quiet deal between the US, Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, debkafile's sources disclose. Obama administration officials are upbeat after four new developments unsnarled the gridlock. Most significantly, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu agreed to a second, partial settlement building freeze and Mahmoud Abbas to drop a bid for UN recognition of unilateral statehood.

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Hillary Clinton and Binyamin Netanyahu
All Four Pieces Are Trampled by Wild Cards
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report September 30, 2010

The Obama-Clinton Grand Middle East design falls foul of four players who have suddenly stepped out of position: Hassan Nasrallah, Mahmoud Abbas, Nouri al-Maliki and Hosni Mubarak.

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