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January 29, 2014 8:11 am

Naftali Bennett Says Peace Talks Will Lead to Bloodshed

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Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett. Photo: WikiCommons.

Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett. Photo: Wiki Commons.

Ynet – Economy Minister Naftali Bennett lashed out on Tuesday at Israel’s ongoing peace talks with the Palestinians, warning that negotiations inevitably lead to violence against Israelis.

“Between 2000 and 2003 more than one thousand Israelis were murdered on the streets of Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in suicide attacks that followed immediately after Camp David, when (then) Prime Minister Ehud Barak wanted to give them more than anyone else had before,” Bennett told the audience at the annual defense conference of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS).

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  • esther noodelman

    Maybe we should learn from the Irish Catholics vs Protestant Brothers…They couldn’t stop killing each other(not exactly like us)BUT when they were TIRED OF THE LOSS OF THEIR PEOPLE,THEY PUT DOWN THEIR ARMS AND IT S BEEN RELATIVELY QUIET I BELIEVE>WE OF COURSE MUST HAVE THEM DECLARE THAT WE ARE A JEWISH DEMOCRATIC STATE BECAUSE WE ARE GIVING UP LAND THAT IS RIGHTFULLY OURS

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