Begins the day the UN Security Council consider the request for membership of the State of Palestine to the United Nations, while the United States vowed to use its right of veto to prevent the granting Palestine membership in the UN.
The council holds its seventh hour from UTC to start consultations on the request made by the Friday to the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to grant Palestine full membership in the organization.
According to some diplomats, these consultations are expected to last four weeks or more.
Has vowed the United States - the five permanent members of Security Council members who enjoy veto rights - the right to use this against the Palestinian endeavor, she hopes to avoid this situation because it may result from "negative repercussions".
The American officials said that direct negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians is the only way for the establishment of a Palestinian state, and describedU.S. President Barack Obama, the Palestinian attempt at the United Nations as "an unrealistic option."
Palestinians hope to obtain at least nine votes out of 15 in the Security Council, where he confirmed a member of the Central Committee of the Palestine National Liberation Movement (Fatah), Nabil Shaath, said nine members of the Council would vote in favor of the Palestinian demand.
However, it did not confirm the vote in favor of the request so far only six countries: China, Russia, Brazil, Lebanon, India and South Africa.
And declared that the Palestinian National Authority in the event of failure of the vote in the Security Council, they may resort to an alternative option is to request a direct vote in the General Assembly of the United Nations for a "non-member observer state" instead of their present as "observers entity."
Earlier on Sunday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas that the Palestiniandiplomatic process started, and confirmed his refusal to return to negotiations with the occupation without a complete cessation of settlement.
Abbas said in a speech to thousands of Palestinians who gathered at the presidential residence to greet him after his return from New York via Jordan, "our internationaldiplomacy has begun and we have a long way."
The willingness to face challenges and obstacles expected, saying, "We know full well that there is hampered and there is one who puts obstacles and still refuses to reject the truth and legitimacy and will stand in our face, but your presence stronger than everyone to have access to our right."
The new stick Bslmah move to extract the Palestinian rights, saying "We have confirmedto everyone that we want to get our rights to peaceful negotiations," stressing at the same time refused to accept a return to negotiations without a reference they are basedon clear and full cessation of settlement.