Israel hints at one-state solution
Israeli Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin has expressed reluctance to share occupied territories with Palestinians.
He said he doubted Tel Aviv would ever sign a peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority, adding that he did not believe acting Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas could deliver any “good.”
Tel Aviv would rather accept Palestinians into Israel than dividing the occupied lands in a future two-state solution, Rivlin said during a Thursday meeting with Greece’s ambassador to Israel, Kyriakos Loukakis, when asked about a possible peace agreement with the Palestinians.
Meanwhile he admitted that that many Arabs have been encountering racism and arrogance from Israelis.