Kerry says conversation about Israel-Palestinian has been degraded

December 28, 2016 18:38


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The dialogue around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has degraded so much that people are labeled as "pro-occupation" or "antisemitic" depending on what side is taken, US Secretary John Kerry said in a speech at the State Department in Washington Wednesday.

"If any one is critical of Israeli policy," they are considered antisemitic, Kerry said, while if Palestinians are criticized, they are labeled "pro-occupation."

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