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March 24, 2016 9:01 am

Obama Doesn’t Expect Mideast Peace Breakthrough Before End of Presidency

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President Barack Obama. Photo: ZOA.org.

President Barack Obama. Photo: ZOA.org.

US President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he did not expect a breakthrough on Middle East peace before he leaves office and reiterated his support for a two-state solution in which Israelis and Palestinians could live peacefully side by side.

Speaking to students and teachers in Argentina, Obama said he expected to continue working on Middle East peace after he leaves office next January.

The president’s comments came amid reports that his administration was considering a renewed push on the issue.

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  • Jonah

    He does not want a resolved peace issue it is not his objective now. The destruction of Israel is a much more favorable option than a Kerry contrived peace deal which would include right of return, borders completely unacceptable to Israel, bla bla bla, ect.ect.ect., ad infinitum. He has Israel in the cross hairs and a peace deal of any sort is unacceptable. We will see if the Russians with their Russian two step can out dance Obamas with his satanic/Islamic Harlem shuffle. Now that it seems the destruction of Israel is close at hand and Western Europe has fallen….the beast has set his sights on the rest of the world starting with south and Central America. He is something much worse than the Zika….virus when he gets done with his Obama styled brain washing they will not have a brain left.

  • Ayatollah Ghilmeini

    Who will want to speak to this failure when he leaves office, the Ramat Gan Office of Animal Control, the Petah Tikvah Purim decor committee?

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