Watch Palestinian negotiater admit that Mahmoud Abbas rejected statehood


The Palestinian chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, admits that former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert offered the Palestinians statehood in area that was 20 sq. km larger than the West Bank. Olmert was also willing to give up parts of Jerusalem and agreed to accept 150,000 Palestinian refugees. The corrupt jihadi Jew-hater Mahmoud Abbas rejected the generous offer.

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Israeli PM Olmert offered PA President Mahmoud Abbas 20 sq.km more than size of West Bank, according to PLO Chief Negotiator.

Posted by StandWithUs on Wednesday, April 17, 2019


Israel’s ambassador to the UN, Benjamin Netanyahu in 1988: “The question has never been that the Palestinians lack a state, but that the Jews have one.”


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