Netanyahu responds to Kerry remarks: 'Israel will not become a bi-national state'

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December 6, 2015 11:30

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed on Sunday during the weekly cabinet meeting that "Israel will not become a bi-national state."

"In order to make peace the other side needs to want peace too, and that's not what we see," he said speaking in response to remarks made Saturday by US Secretary of State John Kerry condemning Israeli and Palestinian leaders on the lack of headway in the now-halted peace process.

The premier continued by calling for what he said was continued incitement by the Palestinian Authority to stop.

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