PM says he'll continue building in the settlements

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 25, 2012 20:55

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu promised on Tuesday at a Likud-Beytenu campaign rally to continue building in the settlements.

"We did a lot to strengthen the settlements [in the past four years], and in the next four years we'll continue to do a lot to strengthen the settlements," he said.

Netanyahu commented that while Israel is reaching out to the Palestinians in order to achieve a true and mutual peace agreement, his party will continue safeguarding the security interests of the people of Israel despite international pressure.

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