Israel and America have applied an interesting tactic to Salad Fayyad's proposal. The PA Prime Minister has been an afterthought in the press, the dominant headlines revolving around America's weakening stance or agreement on a freeze, depending on the source. The Israeli press is fixated on Netanyahu and Obama while the State Department didn't mention Fayyad's name in Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday's press briefing.
Instead of denying, refuting, agreeing, or talking about Fayyad's plan in any way, it's being killed by silence. A clever tactic in today's hyper-media.