The Prime Minister of democratically elected government, Ismail Haniya, has termed Mahmoud Abbas’ coming bid for a Palestinian state on pre-1967 borders “a compromise over historical Palestine”. He said Hamas will not back a UN membership bid, and warned that no Palestinian leader had a mandate to sacrifice fundamental Palestinian rights.

There is no mandate for any Palestinian leadership to infringe on Palestinian national rights, nor is there a mandate for any Palestinian actor to make historic concessions on Palestinian land or the right of the Palestinians, foremost among them the right of return,” he warned.

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larjani said on Monday that any decision on Palestine must be made in consultation with people’s elected government of Hamas in Gaza. “The two-state solution is not going to resolve the issue of Palestine,” he said.

Anyone who has studied the history of Palestinians’ struggle to recover their ancestral land stolen by foreign Jews from objective source – will know that both Mahmoud Abbas and Salam Fayyad don’t represent Palestinians but Israel-US interests in the region. Both lack legitimacy. Israel rigged Abbas’ January 2005 presidential victory. Moreover, his term expired in January 2009. Nonetheless, he’s still in office because Israel and Washington want him there.

Israel got what it wanted, its man running Palestine who’ll show up in New York on Friday in the same role – a collaborationist traitor, not a man Palestinians can trust. The man whose son Yassar, a millionaire businessman, openly admits collaborating with Israel,” wrote Stephen Lendman on September 19, 2011.