Livni on peace process: 'Israel playing blame game'

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November 30, 2010 13:25

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni said Tuesday that she believes "a peace agreement is possible," in remarks at Emek Israel College.  

Livni also stated that, "Israel has started to play the blame game in which it says there will not be a peace agreement but rather says there is someone to blame, preferably the other side. The vision of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state requires the acceptance of the decision to act for Israel's own interest and not as a favor to someone else."

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