Livni: Biden visit could be opportunity to 'lower the flames' of Israeli-Palestinian tensions

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March 8, 2016 20:55

 
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In light of the string of terror attacks against Israelis on Tuesday, Zionist Union MK Tzipi Livni implored the state to "think outside of the box in order to bypass the impasse" in combating the current wave of violence.

"It must be understood that if we continue in the same manner, the wave of terrorism will not disappear and the conflict will continue to sweep into Israel," said the former justice minister.

Livni noted visiting US Vice President Joe Biden's arrival on Tuesday, saying his trip could serve as an opportunity to "lower the flames" of tensions between Israel and the Palestinians.

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