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March 26, 2015 5:42 am

Netanyahu Extends ‘Hand in Peace’ to Palestinians; Says Real Peace Depends on Strong, Unified Israel

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was formally assigned by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin with the task of forming the next Israeli government. Photo: Twitter.

Times of Israel – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel extends its hand to the Palestinians in peace, but also said that peace — and Israel’s survival — depends on its strength, as he was formally tapped by President Reuven Rivlin Thursday to form the next government.

Speaking at the President’s Residence, Netanyahu promised to patch up ties with the US and within Israel, but insisted Israel would do everything to thwart the emerging Iranian nuclear deal, which he said was “an agreement that endangers us, our neighbors and the world.”

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