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The Israeli High Court was set to meet in Jerusalem on Saturday to consider whether the peace process was dead, with a majority of justices considering the talks were dead.

Israel is not a party to the agreement.

It has not said when talks are likely to resume, but it said on Friday that they are proceeding “toward a comprehensive peace deal”.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a point of saying after a meeting with world leaders the talks were over.

His decision to speak out again this week, amid criticism from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, has prompted speculation that the prime minister may seek to start a third round of talks in the next few weeks.

An official a카지노 게임nnouncement, in response to a question from state television, said that the Israeli government “cannot guarantee the outcome” in the talks.

“This decision not to meet the court in Jerusalem has been taken by the legal stat구리출장마사지us of the Israeli-Palestinian problem,” the statement said정선카지노, in response to a question about whether Israel was likely to agree to further talks.

“In light of the court’s statement of decision, Israel cannot guarantee the outcome in the peace talks with the Palestinians,” the statement said.

Image copyright AFP Image caption Many Palestinians believe Israel is moving too slowly in negotiations with its main adversary

Netanyahu’s statement came after many Palestinians and international officials expressed concerns that Israel’s pace of talks was dragging the talks on past the deadline they agreed to in June.

The Palestinians want an end to construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem – areas captured in the 1967 Six-Day War by Israel and the Palestinians. Israel wants a peace agreement that includes both the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

The UN Security Council voted in December to allow some ground-breaking for new Israeli settlements across the occupied Palestinian territory – including East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

Palestinians are concerned about a proposed land swap with the West Bank and East Jerusalem, which would allow Israel to transfer some 6m dunams (13m acres) of their homes across the Green Line to future Israeli settlements.

Image copyright AFP Image caption Talks have been halted by an Israeli court ruling which said they were still alive

Both countries hope the situation in Lebanon and Syria could be resolved before talks resume. The Israeli government has also said it is looking to launch airstrikes in Syria to weaken Bashar al-Assad.

In October, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on the US to “stop bombing the Syrian people and suppor