RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian leaders reacted with anger and dismay on Wednesday to Barack Obama's pledge that Jerusalem should be Israel's undivided capital.And it's a good thing Obama now says we can't talk to Hamas, because as far as they're concerned:
President Mahmoud Abbas rejected the U.S. presidential candidate's pledge to American Jewish leaders and he repeated his demand for a Palestinian state with Arab East Jerusalem as its capital.
"This statement is totally rejected," Abbas told reporters in the West Bank administrative centre of Ramallah.
"The whole world knows that East Jerusalem, holy Jerusalem, was occupied in 1967 and we will not accept a Palestinian state without having Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state."
"He has closed all doors to peace."Look at it this way, B-HO - Iran still loves you.
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