Former ambassador Oren calls for support for Netanyahu and the ceasefire

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 16, 2018 13:32
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Former ambassador to the US Michael Oren supported Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to call for a ceasefire in Gaza.

"Regarding the Gaza issue, the prime minister made a very difficult but very responsible decision. Despite the massive fire on the south and the terrible suffering of the residents of the Gaza border communities, the prime minister acted out of a deep strategic vision," Oren  said.

Oren also urged Israel to work with the Americans and the other moderate states in the region to deal with the situation in Gaza.





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