Lieberman: Mideast conflict not connected to Egypt unrest

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January 30, 2011 21:27

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Sunday commented on the unrest in Egypt, saying: "This is the best illustration what we have been claiming for years - the Israeli-Palestinian is not the main cause of instability among the moderate Arab countries."

"The conflict is under control - there is no connection between it and what's happening in Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt or Yemen," Lieberman told the ultra-Orthodox newspaper, Herald, according to Army Radio.

He added that the Quartet would discuss recent events in Egypt next week.

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