Sometimes you just have to laugh. If it weren't true, it wouldn't be funny (obviously there is nothing funny about another attempt to take Israeli land, divide Jerusalem, uproot more Israeli citizens from their homes, etc..), in this case it's the same old story we have seen so many times before:
[If you can get past the title, this is actually an interesting article - it was difficult finding anything to cut]
For Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, negotiator Yitzhak Molcho, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, and US mediator Martin Indyk, the rhythm of peace talks has become second nature. The only top dealer who seemed truly excited about the talks was US Secretary of State John Kerry, a relative newbie to the top level of peace-process negotiations. And yet even the State Department’s answer to the question of “what is new now” was recycled. Before the talks began, one State Department official said that Kerry sensed that time “was not on his side”, and that this round of talks represented an effort to grasp at a vanishing opportunity. Failure to act, said State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki, would only allow those opposed to the talks to gain more strength.