Jewish settlers released balloons and broke ground on a kindergarten in celebration Sunday as a 10-month construction slowdown expired. Meanwhile, U.S. and Israeli leaders tried to figure out how to keep Palestinians from walking out of peace talks over the end of the restrictions.http://www.kansascity.com/2010/09/26/2252917/building-slowdown-ends-in-west.html
After the slowdown ran out at midnight, there was no Palestinian statement about the future of the talks. The Palestinians asked for an Oct. 4 meeting of an Arab League body to discuss the situation, possibly giving diplomats a week to work out a compromise.
Minutes after the expiration, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the Palestinians not to walk away, but instead to maintain constant contact “to achieve a historic framework accord within a year.” In a prepared statement, Netanyahu said his “intention to achieve peace is genuine.”
Mideast peace talks "uncertain"?
No, they're very certain.
There will be no peace.
Even if the parties sign a peace agreement, there will be no peace in Israel / Palestine, because at least 20% of Palestinians will never accept the existence of a Jewish majority state in Israel. Never.