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Bennett on peace talks: '67 lines not up for negotiation

Published: 01.07.14, 17:06 / Israel News

Economy Minister Naftali Bennett responded to American efforts in negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, saying: "Will those who pressure us today die for us tomorrow?"

 

Bennett added that Habayit Hayehudi will not be part of a government that negotiates the 1967 lines: "No more word games: the 1967 lines mean dividing Jerusalem and giving up the Western Wall, the Temple Mount and the Old City. In what way will our history remember a leader that agrees to give up Jerusalem? We won't sit in such a government." (Moran Azulay)

 

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