Lieberman: Radical Islam is the Mideast's biggest problem

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January 24, 2011 18:29

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman responded to "The Palestine Papers" in a meeting with British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Monday, saying that radical Islam, not Israel, is the biggest threat to peace in the Middle East.

"The central problem of the Middle East is not settlements, but rather the extreme Muslim radicals that threaten regional stability," Lieberman said. "The recent events in Tunisia, Algier, Lebanon and Iraq are not connected to the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. The true threat to the Palestinian Authority's leadership is not Israel, but Hamas and Jihad."

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