Forthright. “Qurei: If talks fail, we’ll return to taking Palestine in full,” from the Jerusalem Post, June 7 (thanks to Mladen):
Chief Palestinian negotiator Ahmed Qurei alluded over the weekend that, should talks between Israel and the Palestinians fail, the Palestinian Authority may return to the concept of taking Palestine in full.
Questioned by the Ma’an news agency over Israel’s new construction plans in east Jerusalem, Qurei said that if Israel tries to impose facts on the ground, “I will tell them that we spent 30 years persuading Palestinians to accept a two-state solution, and if we do not succeed in achieving it, we will return to the idea of one state.”
That is, a Sharia state.