Twenty years after the signing of the Oslo I Accord, there's little left of the Mideast peace process. Israelis and Palestinians doubt a new round of direct talks will produce lasting results.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said Trump should be ashamed of his Middle East peace efforts. Abbas also called into the question the Oslo Accords, which stipulate Palestinians' recognition of Israel.
A high-ranking arm of the Palestine Liberation Organization has called for Israel's recognition to be revoked. Should it be accepted, the move could upend decades of formal relations between the two governments.
The Palestinian Liberation Organization and its head, Mahmoud Abbas, have threatened to no longer recognize Israel. How do Israeli and Palestinian officials view the move and what are the consequences for Abbas himself?
What kind of place is Jerusalem, decades after the Arab eastern part of the city was annexed by Israel? And has the Israeli government stopped listening to the international community? Tim Sebastian meets Mark Regev.
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