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Netanyahu says Israel still committed to peace deal
Published Wednesday 05/12/2012 16:20
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PRAGUE (Reuters) -- Israel remains committed to a negotiated settlement with the Palestinians, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday, despite worries among Israel's European allies over its plans to build more settlements.

"We remain committed to a negotiated settlement between us and our Palestinian neighbors," Netanyahu said during a visit to Prague. "That solution is a two-state solution for two peoples, a peace in which a demilitarized Palestinian state recognize the one and only Jewish state of Israel."

Netanyahu's comments came ahead of a visit to Germany, where he was expected to face a dressing down from Chancellor Angela Merkel for the settlement plans that his government is pursuing following a vote in the United Nations last week granting the Palestinian Authority limited statehood status.
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1 ) Sarah / Holland
05/12/2012 17:57
Joke of the year hahahaha, they mean pieces?

2 ) Julie / USA
05/12/2012 21:15
nobody believes this zionazi war criminal, not even his allies. it's all about ethnic cleansing, domination, oppression, torture, murder, war & colonization for izrael, they've made that abundantly clear for decades. oh, and nuthinyahoo's preconditions will never fly with Pals. Pals have no preconditions, they only ask criminal izrael to abide by INTERNATIONAL LAW. a "demilitarized" Palestinian state? Pals have every LEGAL RIGHT to have a military of THEIR choosing to protect themselves.

3 ) BDS / Canada
06/12/2012 00:09
Does anyone still believe this war criminal?

4 ) Tibi / Tubas
06/12/2012 00:34
Israel still committed to peace deal, that requires Pal compromises, on sovereignty, borders, capitals, and refugees, but PALESTINIANS are commited to getting everything (1967 borders, a Jerusalem capitals, and full refugee return), so they WILL GET NOTHING, much like the Kurds who demanded more of a state, than they were offered, and ended-up getting NO STATE.

5 ) Yehuda Solomon / Israel
06/12/2012 16:58
@ 1), 2), 3), For once in your lives, you're (at least partly) right (about the believing him part) ... No, no one believes him. He's lying. @ 4), The Kurds don't (yet) have a sovereign, recognized nation (by anyone) but their situation is a lot different than the Palestinians. For one, they seem to be (at least for now) relatively content with basic autonomy. They live across territory of more than 1 nation (e.g., Turkey, Iraq) and if left to "govern" themselves seem to cope with it.

6 ) JV / Canada
06/12/2012 21:25
Stalling for time to steal more land.

7 ) carine / UK
07/12/2012 01:07
Two preconditions in one sentence - "...... a demilitarized Palestinian state recognize the one and only Jewish state of Israel" - but we've no intention of stopping the train on our way to Greater Israel!
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