‘Barak about to Return to Israel without Agreement’
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak has decided to leave Camp David and return home in the next few hours, reported AFP, quoting Israel public radio.
The radio quoted Barak as saying he had "reached the conclusion that the Palestinians are not a real partner for negotiations."
"Barak is preparing to return home at the soonest moment after it became clear to him that the Palestinians are not a true partner for peace," an Israeli source, close to the Israeli negotiating team, told Reuters.
Israel was warning the Palestinians "not to take unilateral steps or inflame violence in the region," the source added -- (Several Sources)
A spokeswoman for Barak's office, contacted by AFP, said she was unable to confirm or deny the radio report – OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (AFP)
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