Israel-Palestine: Trump says resolving middle east peace is not as hard

Israel-Palestine: Trump says resolving middle east peace is not as hard

President Donald Trump on Wednesday says that he will work as a “mediator, an arbitrator or a facilitator” to establish long disturbed peace between the Israelis and Palestinians as he meet Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas at White House.

“We will get this done,” Trump said.

Trump said, “speak in a unified voice against incitement to violence and hate.”

“There’s such hatred, but hopefully there won’t be such hatred for very long,” Trump said.

“I believe that we are capable under your leadership and under your courageous stewardship and your wisdom as well as your great negotiating ability … I believe we can be partners — true partners to you — to bring about a historic peace treaty,” Abbas said. “Now, Mr. President, with you we have hope.”

It was expected that the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas would be told to stop the funding of the anti Israeli fighter and their families, which Israel claims is supporting such people to carry any possible terror activities against Israel.

Meanwhile Palestinian officials said that it would be much difficult for Abbas to do so.

White House in its recent statement said that this meeting of both leaders was meant for the purpose to establish middle east peace.

Before this meeting the Palestinian president was much suspicious that US may support Israel, but he was ensured that Trump is much serious to bring back peace to this region, which was told to be done under the light of Arab league formula.

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