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April 2, 2014 10:45 am

Israeli Opposition Leader Says Palestinians Have No Unilateral Alternative to Peace Talks

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Isaac Herzog, newly elected leader of Israel's Labor Party. Photo: WikiCommons.

Isaac Herzog, a leader of Israel's Labor Party. Photo: Wiki Commons.

Times of Israel – Palestinians cannot fulfill their national aspirations through a unilateral appeal to join international institutions, the head of Israel’s opposition said on Tuesday.

Speaking at a conference in Jerusalem titled “Israel, US and the Middle East: New Visions,” organized by Israeli left-wing research center Molad and the Center for American Progress, a Washington-based progressive think tank, Labor Party chairman Isaac Herzog addressed the possibility of Palestinian unilateral action if Israel fails to accept Palestinian preconditions for extending talks beyond April.

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