Alistair Burt: Concern that Israel's isolation may increase

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January 18, 2011 10:40

 
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If negotiations are not renewed with the Palestinians, "Israel may find itself isolated, also from a European standpoint," Alistair Burt, the British minister for Middle East affairs, told Army Radio Tuesday.

"There is a concern that Israel's isolation is increasing and you can not rule this out," Burt, who is currently visiting the region, said.

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