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March 6, 2015 6:32 am

Document Reveals Netanyahu Made Secret Peace Offer to Palestinian Authority

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly offered major concessions to Palestinians during his second term in an effort to negotiate peace. Photo: State Department.

Ynet – During his second term as prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu sent a close affiliate to negotiate with the Palestinians and offered what appeared to be drastic concessions to the Palestinian leadership on a number of core issues, including land swaps, a potential deal regarding Jerusalem and even a limited right of return for Palestinians.

The concession list was revealed in a document from August 2013 and attained by Ynet‘s print publication Yedioth Aharonoth summarizing the results of the secret talks between Netanyahu’s senior aide, lawyer Itzhak Molcho, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ affiliate, Hussein Agha.

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