Haley tells PM that Palestinians should complain to Abbas, not Israel

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By Raphael Ahren.. US ambassador to the UN says she has no plans to meet with PA president while he is in the US; Netanyahu thanks her for her staunch support of Israel. NEW YORK — US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Friday (September 28, 2018) the Palestinian people should complain to their own leader and not to Israel, and urged Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to resume peace negotiations with Israel. [Photo top right: Palestinians gather in the West Bank city of Hebron, to watch as Palestinian president adresses the UN General Assembly, on September 27, 2018. Photo by Wissam Hashlamounh/FLASH90].  “We believe that the Palestinians are going to have come to the table. President Abbas is not helping the Palestinian people at all. He hasn’t acknowledged Hamas,” Haley said at a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Haley said she had no plans to meet with Abbas while he is in New York, where he addressed the UN General Assembly on Thursday (September 27, 2018).

“The Palestinians, if they want to blame anyone, it shouldn’t be Israel,” the ambassador said. “They should be looking at President Abbas and saying, what are you doing for us?” Read the full story.


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