Likud Minister Levin: Kerry's worldview a prize for Palestinian terror

December 28, 2016 20:19


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Tourism Minister Yariv Levin (Likud) accused US Secretary of State John Kerry of lacking understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict following a speech by the top US diplomat on Mideast peace Wednesday.

"Kerry is trying to force on us, in his last days on the job, a worldview that is all a prize for Palestinian terror and that completely ignores our rights to the country," Levin stated.

"A true friend of Israel should have shown support for the elected government and not tried to force on the Jewish people resolutions through the supporters of Iran at the UN," he added.

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