Bennett on Netanyahu-Trump meet: The Israeli flag has replaced the Palestinian flag

February 15, 2017 21:08


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Education Minister Nafatali Bennett said Wednesday that the "Palestinian flag has come down and an Israeli flag put in its place," following the first meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Donald Trump in Washington.

"The Palestinians already have two states: Gaza and Jordan. There's no need for a third one. " He added that "all that's left now is to look ahead and create a new strategic direction in light of this new reality."

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