Dagan: New possibilities for Israel after Arab Spring

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June 19, 2013 13:10

 
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"There are new possibilities in the region for Israel vis-a-vis Arab world, but Israel must initiate them," former Mossad chief Meir Dagan said on Wednesday.

Addressing a group at the annual Presidential Conference in Jerusalem, Dagan said Israel should take initiative, seek every opportunity to form new potential alliances as the conflict between Shi'ites and Sunnis are creating new opportunities.

Dagan emphasized the importance of considering the Arab Peace Initiative, saying it is necessary to be in dialogue with Palestinians, but that there are "very serious open questions that will take time to solve."

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