Israeli professor advises PM to begin peace process

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August 13, 2017 08:45
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Israeli professor Yehezkel Dror suggested Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should not wait until he is prosecuted but to initiate a peace process now. The professor said this in an interview on Sunday to the Israeli radio station Reshet Bet.

"This will be bound to put the personal issues on the sideline," said Dror.

Professor Dror is a professor of Political Science at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  

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