JERUSALEM (AP) —  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday gave Israel one year to end its occupation of territories the Palestinians want for a future state. He threatened to withdraw political recognition — a cornerstone of three decades of failed peace efforts — if it failed to do so. In an unusually harsh but vague speech to the the U.N. General Assembly, he accused Israel of “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing.” Those are explosive terms rarely employed by the 85-year-old leader, who has long been committed to a two-state solution.