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From dailyalert.org, Apr. 1, 2014

Palestinians Give Kerry 24-Hour Ultimatum to Resolve Peace Talks Dispute
Palestinians issued a 24-hour ultimatum Monday to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. “If we don’t get an answer from John Kerry on the [release of Palestinian] prisoners tonight, we’ll begin to ask for membership in all UN agencies tomorrow,” Palestinian parliamentarian Mustafa Barghouti told AFP. (AFP-Ynet News)

Kerry in Israel in Bid to Save Peace Talks – Herb Keinon
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met in Jerusalem Monday evening and again on Tuesday morning with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an effort to resuscitate the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Israeli officials familiar with the negotiations said the talks were focused on reaching an understanding that would make possible the continuation of talks past their current April 29 deadline. (Jerusalem Post)
    

U.S., Israel Discuss Pollard Release – Jay Solomon
The U.S. and Israel are discussing the early release of convicted American spy Jonathan Pollard as an incentive for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make concessions to support the Middle East peace process, according to a U.S. official briefed on the deliberations. Many members of Mr. Netanyahu’s government are opposed to the release of more Palestinian prisoners detained in Israeli jails for attacking Jewish citizens, particularly in advance of the Palestinians offering any major concessions. Pollard, 59, is eligible for parole in 2015. (Wall Street Journal)

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