Netanyahu: Abbas's rebuke of US 'doesn't impress' us

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December 13, 2017 19:03

 
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At the Mossad's Excellence Event at the President's Residence Wednesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Palestinians to recognize the "reality" that Jerusalem is Israel's capital and to work for peace.

His comments come after Palestinian Authority Preside Mahmoud Abbas reaffirmed that the Palestinians will no longer work with the United States as an interlocutor in the peace process between themselves and Israel at an emergency session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Istanbul.

Abbas's comments "don't impress" Netanyahu, he said.




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