Kerry says 'real progress' made in peace talks between Israel, Palestinians

  • Article by: DEB RIECHMANN , Associated Press
  • Updated: June 30, 2013 - 4:00 PM

TEL AVIV, Israel — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry completed a new round of shuttle diplomacy Sunday without a hoped-for breakthrough in relaunching Mideast peace talks, but optimistically said he had narrowed the gaps between Israel and the Palestinians and vowed to return to the region soon to complete his mission.

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AbumazzenJun. 30, 13 6:43 PM

The Paliistinian position is simple: First, the Zionists must withdraw to the June 4th armistice line. Second, all refugees and their desendents from the Naqba need to retun to their homes in all of occupied Palestine. All of the Zionists must be removed from the West Bank and Jerusalem. Once this is done we can talk about recognizing the Zionst government and then start to discuss peace. This peace of course will be bases on the partition plan of 1947 and all of the Zionists and their desendents who lived inpre1947 will of course have to be returned to their ancestorial home countries. Then we will see what the next step to piece should look like. NOT

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