Leaked British report faults PM for stalled talks

July 5, 2012 03:08


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LONDON – A UK news website released a document on Wednesday which it describes as containing “disturbing attitudes” the British Foreign Office shows toward Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and the Middle East peace process.

The document published by The Commentator, a London-based current affairs and analysis website, was marked restricted but released into the public domain under the Freedom of Information Act.

Titled “Research Paper FINAL” the document had meant to be redacted but instead the sentences that were meant to be edited where highlighted in yellow thus were not secured by the Foreign Office before release.

The document, which was uncovered by the TaxPayers’ Alliance campaign group founder Matthew Elliott, looks at incitement, which it says has been “part of the discourse of the peace process since Oslo,” and Palestinian textbooks in the context of the peace process.

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