Netanyahu: I have yet to encounter a Palestinian Sadat

November 21, 2017 16:58
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Speaking at a Knesset event to mark the 40th anniversary of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's historic visit to Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he has "yet to encounter a Palestinian Sadat who is willing to recognize the state of Israel and it's right to the land of Israel."

"We have open communications with Egypt on matters of Israeli and Egyptian national security. I know that president Trump and his team is committed to the goal of peace between Israel and Arab states and with the Palestinians," he said.

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