PM: Israel willing to make peace, but won't be 'suckers'

September 10, 2009 22:08


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Israel is willing to make concessions for peace, but not to be "suckers," Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Thursday night. "We have shown, time and time again, that we're willing to make compromises for peace, but we won't lead ourselves astray, we won't be suckers," the prime minister said during a Likud event in honor of the upcoming High Holidays. He stressed that his government "strengthens [Israel's] security, brings the economy from crisis to recovery, and advances diplomatic processes … with our eyes open."

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