Netanyahu: 'Israel is not the center' of Wikileaks files

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November 28, 2010 17:54

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reassured Israelis on Sunday that the contents of the files to be released by Wikileaks do not focus on Israel.

"Israel is not the center of international attention," Netanyahu said on a visit to the southern border, adding that he was not "updated by the Americans about specific sensitive materials to be disclosed regarding Israel, and I don't know if the Americans were able to clarify" the contents of the documents.

"Normally, there's a gap between what is said publicly and what is said privately, but in this case, the gap is not large," the prime minister explained.

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