Bennett to Abbas on threats to dissolve PA: 'If you're going to shoot, than shoot'

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April 22, 2014 19:26

 
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Bayit Yehui leader Naftali Bennett played down Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas's threats that he would dissolve the Palestinian Authority if peace talks with Israel broke down, saying Tuesday that this was the seventh time that the Palestinian leader had made these threats.

"We hear again and again the recycling of the same threat , that if we don't advance (with the peace process) and if we don't give him everything that he want he will Ov vey! dissolve the PA," Bennett said at The Ramle Conference.

"I suggest to Abu Mazen: If you're going to shoot, then shoot, don't talk. The state of Israel is stronger than Abu Mazen's threats," Bennett said. 

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