Netanyahu Had Talks with Obama, Now Abbas Had His Chance at the White House — So What’s the Chance of a Deal by End of April?
A peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority seems almost impossible before the deadline set by Secretary of State John Kerry when he began mediating between them last year. But will he get them to agree on a “framework” that would lead to more negotiations?
Dan Raviv, co-author of Spies Against Armageddon, was interviewed by a very skeptical interviewer, Steve Malzberg, on the Newsmax TV website while Mahmoud Abbas — the Palestinian Authority president — was in Washington (March 17).
Abbas had talks — including lunch — with President Barack Obama. This was precisely two weeks after Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was Obama’s guest at the White House — with hardly any official information on the contents of the talks emerging afterward.
The ten-minute interview may be viewed here: CLICK HERE.