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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Topic - Yasser Abd Rabbo
The Palestinian president will invite Israeli politicians to the West Bank to try to make sure peacemaking is on the new government's agenda, a senior official said Thursday, as a top Israeli hard-liner proposed sidelining the polarizing issue.
He said Israel is demanding that it keep large blocs of West Bank settlements, maintain a presence in the West Bank's Jordan Valley and retain control of airspace, water resources and telecommunications frequencies in the West Bank, and keep its control of east Jerusalem.
"After this, they talk about a two-state solution. Which state is that? It has no borders, no crossings or capital, and we don't know the future of the settlement blocks," he said at a news conference.