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Lieberman: UN bid 'pushes both sides apart'
Published Thursday 29/11/2012 10:01
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TEL AVIV, Israel (Ma'an) -- Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Wednesday that Palestine's bid to upgrade its status at the UN "pushes both sides further apart."

In New York, Lieberman said that "Even though the Palestinians are guaranteed a majority of the votes in their favor, in reality they will end up being the greatest losers."

"This move only enhances the dispute and pushes both sides further apart," he said, according to Israel's Ynet news site.
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1 ) AKeenReader / UK
29/11/2012 10:37
Can someone tell this idiot bouncer to shut up or go back to Moldova! He doesn't know when to shut up.

2 ) Fred / UK
29/11/2012 23:38
I agree tell this thug to go to hell,he is an alian in that part of the world,with him and Bibi Netenyaho around there is no chance for peace. Peace will not come through direct negotiation,the Palestinian should stick with the UN,as the USA is not and will never be an honest broker.
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