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Quartet criticises Palestinian incitement & terrorism, questions Israeli commitment to two-state solution

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Published: 2 July 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

In an 8-page report, issued on 1 July, the USA, UN, EU and Russia criticise Palestinian incitement and terrorism as an obstacle to peace and say Israeli policy in the disputed territories ‘is steadily eroding the viability of the two-state solution’, a concern compounded by statements of some Israeli ministers that there should never be a Palestinian state.

As Israel battles terror surge, Quartet urges end to settlements, Palestinian incitement – The Times of Israel 01.07.16
Security Council to decide whether to back report, which also urges return of PA rule to Gaza; France says provisions accord with its new peace drive.
Read article here and see full Quartet report within article here

And see:

Only four of 20 Israeli Ministers openly declare support of two-state solution – Haaretz 27.06.16
Informal poll by Walla News showed only four Ministers are clearly on the record in support, nine are clearly against and the position of the seven others remains unknown.

Take up Abbas on his offer re joint action against incitement January 30, 2016

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