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May 22, 2016 9:50 am

Netanyahu Tries to Ease Concerns About Changes in Coalition

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said  his government would still seek peace with the Palestinians.. Photo: Wikipedia.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government would still seek peace with the Palestinians. Photo: Wikipedia.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought on Sunday to ease concerns over the expected entrance of a hardline nationalist party into his coalition, saying his government would still seek peace with the Palestinians.

Netanyahu was expected to soon conclude negotiations with the Yisrael Beitenu party led by Avigdor Lieberman, a far-right politician detested by the Palestinians.

Read full story at AFP.

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  • Yaakov

    Lieberman’s plan in 2014 to transfer some Israeli Arab towns to a Palestinian state was not helpful.

  • shloime

    newsflash: “the palestinians”, whoever they may be, do not have a vote in israel. so it really shouldn’t affect israeli politics, whether they “detest” an israeli party or not.

    maybe somebody should tell afp.

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