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August 11, 2013 9:32 am

PM Netanyahu Slams PA in Letter to John Kerry: ‘Incitement and Peace Don’t Go Together’

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem. Photo: Israel GPO.

JNS.org “Incitement and peace cannot coexist,” wrote Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday night, ahead of the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian conflict negotiations this week.

Netanyahu’s letter, according to Israel Hayom, referred to a statement made by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas July 29 that a future Palestinian state “would not see the presence of a single Israeli—civilian or soldier.”

Additionally, Palestinian Authority TV (PA TV) recently offered $100 prizes in man-on-the-street interviews with Palestinians who identified Israeli territory as part of “Palestine,” Palestinian Media Watch reported.

“Rather than educate the next generation of Palestinians to live in peace with Israel, this hate education lays the ground for continued violence, terror and conflict,” Netanyahu’s letter to Kerry stated, according to Israel Hayom.

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