Herzog: Agree or not with Abbas's peace plan, at least he has a plan

February 3, 2014 15:05


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Labor leader Isaac Herzog reacted to the peace proposals presented by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in The New York Times, saying at the party's weekly faction meeting that "Agree or not, at least he has a plan."

Herzog also defended US Secretary of State John Kerry against calls that he was encouraging a boycott of Israel. "The United States is our ally. John Kerry has a spotless, decades-long pro-Israel record."

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