Livni calls for diplomacy with PA to prevent 'bloody conflict' with Islamic State

September 10, 2014 23:02


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Justice Minister Tzipi Livni called on Wednesday for a renewal of the diplomatic process with the Palestinian Authority in order to lead to a "strong axis" with other Arab states to deter the threat of violent extremist groups currently facing the region.

The Hatnua leader spoke at a convening of her faction, warning that threats were not enough in the face of gruesome terror organizations such as Islamic State (ISIS).

"Those who do not want to resolve the conflict, will also be the ones to lead us in the end to a bloody conflict with decapitators," Livni cautioned.

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