One of the reasons for failure of talks is the biased role having been pçayed over time by Washington as a one-sided ally of the Israel.
Israel has been able to increase the lands under its occupation even during peace negotiations with Palestinian factions
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the upcoming talks between Palestinian authority’s Mahmoud Abbass and Israelis is doomed to failure due inherent instability of the regime in Tel Aviv.
Speaking to Arabic news channel Al-Alam Ahmadinejad said such symbolic talk show now being promoted by US President Barack Obama is nothing new and there have been plenty of futile negotiations in the past, which did not provide any solution.
He said to sit and hold talks that would perhaps lead to signing a piece of paper is not the solution to Palestinian issue as there have been dozens of similar negotiations held over the past 30 years without any concrete outcome to this problem.
Consecutive US government administrations have in the past tried to hold negotiations with various factions of Palestinians mostly playing one faction against another without reaching a peaceful resolution to Palestinian crises.
Ahmadinejad said one of the reasons for failure of talks is the biased role having been played over time by Washington as a one-sided ally of Israelis. Obama administration at least publicly positions itself as a just arbitrator but in reality only supports the Israeli side at any time during negotiations with Palestinian factions.Palestinians in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank have staged a sit-in to protest the resumption of direct talks between the Palestinian self-rule Authority and the Zionist regime.
According to Press TV, the Palestinians in Ramallah and Gaza have been staging protests against the decision, arguing that the United States has never been a true mediator for peace, while also seriously questioning Israel's commitment to peace.
Jameel al-Majdalawi, a leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine said, "What is happening is total submission to US pressure. This is not what was agreed upon by Palestinians and their leaders".
Walid al-Walad from the Palestinian People's Party demanded an immediate stop to direct negotiations.
On August 20, the Palestine self-rule Authority agreed to US calls to sit at the negotiating table with the Zionist regime at the summit on September 2 in Washington, despite strong opposition from several Palestinian factions.