Israel's opposition leader said Tuesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fully appreciates the wisdom of making peace with the Palestinians. He's just not sure he has the "guts."
Isaac Herzog, who was elected head of the Labor Party in November, said that his ultimate goal is to replace Netanyahu. But he said he would back the prime minister if he genuinely pursues peace with the Palestinians and offered a political "safety net" should Netanyahu's right-leaning coalition rebel in case of substantial progress in recently restarted peace talks. (AP)