Palestinian minister dismisses prospects of peace with Israel

Palestinian minister dismisses prospects of peace with Israel

PanARMENIAN.Net - Palestinian minister of religious affairs dismissed prospects of peace with Israel in his Friday, Dec 14 sermon at a mosque in Tulkarm, The Jerusalem Post reported citing Ma'an news agency.

"There is no peace with the occupation, settlements and settlers," Mahmoud al-Habbash said.

Israel's "constant violations against Palestinians" stood in the way of peace, he added.

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