Quartet May Formally Recognize Palestinian State

Dvora_AbbasAmerican and European diplomats warned that if peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians are not renewed, the Quartet, may formally recognize a Palestinian state, the Los Angeles Times reported yesterday.

“We have more than 130 nations set to recognize the Palestinian state within the 1967 borders,” said Abbas,”and even if we make no further efforts, that number could be increased to 140 or 150.”Speaking to the Palestinian daily Al-Ayyam, Abbas also said the PA would fulfill the vision of U.S. President Barack Obama, who said he wanted to see a Palestinian state established in September as determined by the Quartet of Mideast peacemakers.  Read Full Article

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Mideast quartet envoys call for peace deal by 2012

Dvora_QuartetQuartet envoys call for peace deal by 2012 between Palestine and Israel.  Quartet comprises representatives from the US., Russia, the E.U., and the U.N.

AFP – The United States and other world powers called Friday for the Palestinians and Israel to resume direct peace talks within a month and commit to seeking a deal by the end of 2012. The Quartet of the United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations acted after Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas formally submitted his request to the United Nations for Palestine to be admitted as a full memberRead Full Article

Obama Gives Israel 2 Years to Implement 2 States

Dvora_Sheva_2_StatePresident Obama gives Israel 2 years to implement 2 States solution which would define Israel’s borders as they were prior to the Six Day War in 1967.

London-based A-Sharq al-Awsat reports that U.S. President Barack Obama presented his version of peace in the Middle East to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu during the latter’s visit to Washington last month, as well as to two Eygptian officials.  The plan reportedly calls for a process that will finalize a Palestinian state within two years.  Read Full Article

Kerry to push for permanent peace agreement by April

Dvora_Kerry_TalksSecretary of State, John Kerry, aims to establish the framework by which Israel and Palestine will follow in order to negotiate the final peace agreement contract.

WASHINGTON – US Secretary of State John Kerry hopes to narrow differences between Israelis and Palestinians in peace talks this week that are intended to guide the sides toward a deal in April, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday. Read Full Article

Word Of The Day: God Speaks Only To His Churches

In the Word Of The Day, God speaks only to His Churches in Revelation 3:6, because by this time, most of the world has rejected the Gospel and turned a deaf ear to His Words. Therefore God prepares His church for what’s to come, by making it clear that they better listen. And those that do listen are granted extra blessings by doing so in Revelation 1:3 KJV. Continue reading “Word Of The Day: God Speaks Only To His Churches”