According to Mitchell, the drafting of a framework agreement for a "permanent status" solution is now "well under way". The parties agree, however, that the negotiations must be kept strictly confidential.
The question begs to be asked: Why is PM Netanyahu keeping the negotiations for a "permanent status" secret from the Israeli public? I smell a rat!
At the same time, it is being reported from the same media on the same date that an Israeli construction company has unilaterally ended a 10 month building freeze by beginning work on 2,400 units in Judea and Samaria, the area that is being highly contested and disputed in the present “peace negotiations” and the area that the Arabs plan on including in their “Palestinian State”, to their own demise. The Word of God tells us that God has other plans for this area, and planting a muslim state inside of His holy land in the land of Israel that He gave to Israel through the Abraham land covenant is not part of it.
I suspect that Obama plans on chastising PM Netanyahu over this recent change in Obama’s plans for another arab state inside of Israel, but like America, the people of Israel knows what is best for them and aren't about to sit around and wait for their government to negotiate the land that God gave to them away to their enemies.
The move may cause an uproar in the Palestinian Authority, which is demanding that Israel extend the freeze. PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas met Tuesday with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and American officials in Sharm el-Sheikh to discuss how to advance the “diplomatic process” in the face of the expiration of the freeze in 13 days, on September 26. U.S. President Barack Obama is pressuring Prime Minister Netanyahu to extend it, at least partially.Related Story: Middle East Officials Fly To Washington-Without PM Netanyahu
The Naot Pisgah company said tractors started work Tuesday afternoon in Modi'in Illit and began clearing land for new housing units, where construction was frozen nearly 10 months ago when Prime Minister Netanyahu announced a moratorium on new homes for Jews in Judea and Samaria.
“There is no room to sit back with our arms folded and expect partial or other decisions for the resumption of construction” in Judea and Samaria,” the company said in an announcement.
The firm said the freeze has caused it enormous losses of more than NIS 180 million ($48 million). “Continuing the freeze for a full year would harm dozens of families who have bought apartments and cannot enter them,” Naot Pisgah explained.
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