TEL AVIV --
In a taped interview broadcast at the conference, Abbas insisted that Israeli troops pull out of Palestinian territories in the West Bank within three years after a peace agreement is reached. He suggested a third party, such as the
"Our ancestors would never forgive an Israeli leader who gives away our land and divides our capital," said Bennett, who was elected to the
The INSS, which is headed by former Israeli military intelligence chief Amos Yadlin, offered its own plan in the event the talks fail.