Obama, Clinton call on US Jews, Muslims to support talks

By HILARY LEILA KREIGER
September 8, 2010 06:28

 
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WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama  indicated he understood recent Palestinian statements threatening to quit the peace process and rejecting compromise as political posturing, according to rabbis on a White House conference call Tuesday.

Obama, who spoke with rabbis of various denominations in a call marking Rosh Hashanah, was asked by a participant about comments from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas perceived in Israel as hostile to the negotiating process he launched with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu just last Thursday.

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