Abbas was never a partner for peace

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Submitted by Norm, Oct 2, 2015 07:11

Abbas was never a partner for peace just like his hero before him, Arafat. And just remember that Abbas is having a great time jetting around the world as if he is a world leader, wearing expensive tailored suits, and living it up with his family and cronies while billions of dollars are stolen from his own people. How much longer can the USA and others look the other way. What a joke!

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