Israel ministry paper proposes ‘toppling’ Abbas over UN bid

Mahmoud Abbas wants Palestine to be admitted as an observer state based on pre-1967 boundaries

BBC News
November 14, 2012

A position paper by Israel’s foreign ministry proposes “toppling” President Mahmoud Abbas if Palestine’s bid for UN non-member state status is approved.

The internal document says it is “the only option” if deterrence efforts do not succeed, despite the consequences.

It also suggests that the Palestinians should be offered immediate recognition of statehood within provisional borders as an incentive to drop their UN bid.

Mr Abbas plans to submit a request to the UN General Assembly on 29 November.

Currently, the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), the umbrella group which represents most Palestinian factions and conducts negotiations with Israel, only has “permanent observer” status at the UN.

Mr Abbas, who is chairman of the PLO and president of the Palestinian Authority, wants Palestine to be admitted as a non-member observer state based on the boundaries which existed before Israel occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip during the 1967 war.

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I don’t even know where to begin on this.  What I do know is that I am sick and tired of Israel and the pathetic squabbling over there.  I’m also tired of my government backing and supporting Israel – doesn’t a time come when someone must stand on their own feet?!?
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