Netanyahu: Palestinians can't accept idea of having a state next to Israel

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December 6, 2015 19:07

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that "Nobody should underestimate the United States," in the wake of terror attacks in San Bernardino, California last week.

Speaking at the Brookings Institution's annual Saban Forum, the premier also added that terrorism beginning in the Middle East expands to the rest of the world.

Furthermore, he said that the root of the current conflict is that the Palestinians can't yet bear the idea of a state next to Israel and can only accept a state instead of Israel.

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