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Israel's Netanyahu slams Abbas speech as 'hostile and poisonous'
Published Thursday 29/11/2012 23:44
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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned President Mahmoud Abbas's strong critique of Israel in his speech at the United Nations on Thursday as "hostile and poisonous", and full of "false propaganda".

"These are not the words of a man who wants peace," Netanyahu also said in a statement released by his office after Abbas spoke at the General Assembly ahead of an expected vote to implicitly recognize Palestinian statehood.
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1 ) Alfredo Neves / Brazil
30/11/2012 01:02
I did not expect anything better from Natanjhua.

2 ) Yehuda Solomon / Israel
30/11/2012 17:56
As I said in comments 14) and 17) in "UN welcomes State of Palestine" [Source: MNA (updated) 30/11/2012], our PM (as well as U.S. Secretary of State Clinton) should just keep their mouths shut at a time like this. Now is NOT the time to offer counter-protests, stupid anti-Palestinian remarks or useless anti-Palestinian press releases. So I AGAIN say: Let the Palestinians celebrate while those who disagree stop talking so they don't make jackasses out of themselves. Enough said.

3 ) Mel / USA
30/11/2012 18:50
Bibi's a war criminal,&SHAMES Judaism!If anyone should be called 'poisonous' & 'hostile' it's a lizard like Bibi &his Zionist barbarians since 1947.Listen to the pro-Zionist colonial autocrats,at UNGA,condemning the GLOBAL CONSENSUS/MAJORITY vote as 'UNDEMOCRATIC',& counter-productive'to peace'? LOL! After 60yrs of failed USG foreign(hypocritical)policy&ABSOLUTE BIAS toward Jewish/white-Zionist colonization of PLURALISTIC,multi-ethnic PALESTINE. TYPICAL racist-absolutist ethos! INSANE!
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