Labor MK Cabel: Israel, PA more concerned with deflecting blame over talks' failure

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January 14, 2014 08:52

 
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Labor MK Eitan Cabel said on Tuesday that while the Arab League and the Palestinians were “not exactly lovers of Zion,” Israel “ought to ask itself what is in its best interests.”

The lawmaker told Israel Radio that it appeared the government and the Palestinians were less preoccupied with making progress in talks and more concerned with deflecting blame to the other side once the negotiations are deemed a failure.

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