“Abbas will visit Washington on May 3 and will meet with Trump to discuss possibilities to achieve peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said during Wednesday’s news briefing.
Mahmoud Abbas in an interview he gave to Japanese newspaper Ashai Shimbun on Wednesday, said: “President Trump knows that we are committed to a Middle East that lives in peace, justice and dignity, based on a two-state solution, international legitimacy and Arab Peace Initiative (2002).”
Trump, who met with Benjamin Netanyahu earlier this year, said he could live with either a one-state or two-state solution. Trump also said that his Jew son-in-law, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, whose family funds illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, would take the lead in the effort to broker peace in the Middle East.
Though projected as President of Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas lost that title in January 2009, when his PA mandate expired. He is kept in that position by the US, EU and UN to grab more Palestinian land which they have failed to secure from Gaza-ruling Islamic resistance Hamas. Gaza has second largest Palestinian population (1.7 million) outside Israel after Jordan (3.3 million). Hamas doesn’t recognize Mahmoud Abbas as representative of Gaza people or chairman of PA.
In 2014, Mahmoud Abbas said that Hamas doesn’t need to recognize Israel or any of PA-Israel peace agreements.
Jewish-controlled media is in habit of speculating a Fatah-Hamas unity government which has not materialized for the last 10 years.
Abbas is a known western stooge among the majority of the nine million Palestinian people living under Zionist rule, in Gaza, Lebanon, Jordan and around the world.
Donald Trump’s senior foreign policy adviser Jason Dov Greenblatt, whose brother Joseph Greenblatt is living in a jail on taxpayers’ money over investment fraud, visited Israel last month to discuss with the Zionist regime how to boost Abbas miserable ratings among Palestinians. During his meeting with Netanyahu, Greenblatt avoided condemning the new illegal Jewish settlements.
Trump’s one-sided support for the Zionist entity and his administration’s contempt for Palestinian rights proves Trump’s proposal to resolve Palestinian conflict will be written by Israelis.
On September 30, 2009, American political scientist and analyst James Gundun posted on his blog The Trench that the Jewish army cannot defeat Hamas.
“Unless called to order by the Trump administration, Netanyahu, who faces no imminent electoral threat, is likely to continue his one-state/two-state tightrope act for the foreseeable future, while his government expands settlements, approves laws and implements other measures that lead Israel ever further down the path toward an undemocratic one-state future,” says Ron Skolnik, associate editor of Jewish Currents, April 12, 20017.