Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - Well-informed Israeli political sources close to the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks said that the negotiations will be extended one more year.
The sources told Hebrew newspaper “Maariv” Monday morning that Israelis concern about extending the negotiations for a year and that they are “ready to give a certain price” for this extension, as Israel is expected to extend the freeze of building plans in part of the Israeli colonial settlements in the West Bank.
The newspaper said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry practiced pressure on the Israeli occupation prime minister to accept his proposal that requires the return of part of Palestinian refugees to pre-1948 Palestine in return for Palestinian recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, where Kerry thinks that he could convince Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas to accept the proposal, that Netanyahu rejected.
“Kerry attempts to have the two parties to sign on a paper to be a framework for the negotiations that allow the extension of the current negotiations,” The newspaper added.
The U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry returned to “the Israeli entity” coming from Saudi Arabia for a new round of talks between the Israeli and Palestinian leaderships.