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May 23, 2014 8:03 pm

U.S. Declares Opposition to Unilateral Action Following Netanyahu Peace Process Comments

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U.S. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf. Photo: Screenshot.

U.S. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf. Photo: Screenshot.

Ynet – “We would like to resume peace negotiations, and we think that both sides should take steps to make that possible,” State Department Spokeswoman Marie Harf said on Friday, commenting on statements made by Prime Minister in an interview with Bloomberg’s Jeffrey Goldberg published Thursday in which he said that Israel is considering unilateral steps.

The US spokeswoman further added that “no one should take any steps that undermine trust, including unilateral.”

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  • joseph gluck

    king bibi needs to tell the usa to go too hell.
    these arabs need to be sent to jordan,wales,scotland and detroit.
    plenty of room for them greater israel must grow not shrink

  • moishe

    Obama and company are inept. Abbas and company are intransigent. Netanyahu and company only can negotiate solution.

  • Beatrix

    Abbas is 80, wants to retire and hand the reins over to a younger man. He chose Hamas over Dahlan because Dahlan insulted his sons by repeating what everyone says (Fatah, Abbas) and his sons are helping themselves to donations from the West. Abbas put Dahlan on trial in absentia to make sure he doesn’t come back. Abbas can’t make peace. He and Arafat have propagandized the Palestinians into such hatred toward the Jews that he’ll be killed if he does. The only hope for peace is a younger leader strong enough and popular enough to change the hateful Palestinian narrative toward the Jews.

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