OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Palestinian Authority (PA) recently proposed holding talks in camera with Israel to table final status issues in exchange for working on ending al-Quds intifada (uprising) in the occupied territories, Israeli sources has revealed.
According to the Hebrew radio, the Palestinian proposal aims to end the wave of violence and restart secret peace talks with Israel in return.
The radio claimed that PA negotiation chief Saeb Erekat had made the proposal during his meeting last July with Israel’s former deputy premier Silvan Shalom at the Jordanian intelligence headquarters in Amman.
Three weeks later, Shalom met again with Erekat, but this time at the Egyptian intelligence headquarters in Cairo and told him that Israel was willing to hold such talks but with no prior conditions.
(Source / 27.12.2015)