PM encourages Arab viewers to log on to internet discussion

June 27, 2011 11:16


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Saturday invited people to send in questions and log on to an ongoing internet conversation he is facilitating with viewers from all over the world through YouTube.

"It's very good to have this chance to have this internet conversation. The first time we had it I think we had over a million people who entered and viewed this discussion," Netanyahu said in a clip uploaded to YouTube on Saturday. "So I encourage all of you to send in your questions, including and most especially, viewers in Arab countries.

"I'd like to hear what you have to say, and I'd like you to hear what I have to say in response," the prime minister said.

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