Discussing the direct talks

An Israeli settler and Palestinian activist debate the issues facing their leaders.

    Illegal settlements on Palestinian land are one of the biggest stumbling blocks for these talks.

    The Palestinians have warned that they will walk out of the talks if a freeze on settlement construction, which is set to expire at the end of the month, is not extended.

    Danni Dayan, Chairman of the Settlers Council in Jerusalem, and Jamal Jumaa, a Palestinian activist in Ramallah, debate the issues facing their leaders.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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