Netanyahu on settlements: 'I'm not willing to freeze life'

Netanyahu on settlements

September 17, 2009 19:40

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu referred to the issue of West Bank settlements on Thursday, saying, he was "not willing to freeze life," despite US demands. During a Channel 10 interview held in the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem, Netanyahu also referred to the broader peace process with the Palestinians, saying, "I ask [Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas], 'You have to choose, are you [former Palestinian leader Yasser] Arafat, or are you [former Egyptian president Anwar] Sadat?'"

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