The UN peacekeeping forces to intervene in PALESTINE-ISRAEL conflict

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Firstly, Israel continues to expand West Bank settlements, which Palestinians see as a de facto campaign to erase the Palestinian state outright. Second, the Palestinians remain politically divided between Fatah and Hamas after the shared government's effective collapse, and thus are unable to negotiate jointly. And even if it worked, Israel still has shown zero indication that it would negotiate with a government that includes Hamas. Third, and finally, it's not actually clear how to get talks started. The current right-wing Israeli government is skeptical of concessions to the Palestinians. To restart talks, the United Nation needs to somehow intervene get the two sides to start taking each other's commitment to peace a little more seriously. 



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