With Settlement Freeze Ending, Will Peace Talks Continue?

Monday, September 27, 2010

The already tenuous U.S.-led peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians are in danger of being torn asunder this morning. Last night, a ten month moratorium on building Jewish settlements in the West Bank expired, putting Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the difficult position of deciding whether to continue with the talks. The BBC's West Bank correspondent Jon Donnison reports on the latest from Ramallah.

Guests:

Jon Donnison

Produced by:

Kate McGough

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