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White House Hosts Meeting on Gaza without Palestinians (2 articles summarized by Daily Alert, with links)

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Mar. 14, 2018

White House Hosts Meeting on Gaza without Palestinians – James Oliphant
The White House on Tuesday hosted 19 nations, including Israel and Arab Gulf states, to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, but the Palestinian Authority boycotted the meeting. “Fixing Gaza is necessary to achieve a peace agreement,” a senior administration official said.
Presidential advisor Jared Kushner gave a two-hour presentation to the attending countries, which included Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, and the UAE, as well as several European nations. Potential electricity, water, sewage, and health projects were discussed. (Reuters)

See also Greenblatt: Hamas Bears Responsibility for Gaza’s Suffering
Jason Greenblatt, the President’s Special Representative for International Negotiations, told a conference at the White House on Gaza on Tuesday: “We regret that the Palestinian Authority is not here with us today. This is not about politics. This is about the health, safety and happiness of the people of Gaza.”
“Everything we do must be done in a way that ensures we do not put the security of Israelis and Egyptians at risk – and that we do not inadvertently empower Hamas, which bears responsibility for Gaza’s suffering….I have…seen the terror attack tunnels built by Hamas, and the remnants of the rockets used to murder Israelis – all built using money belonging to the international community, the Palestinian Authority and the people of Gaza.”  (State Department)

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