Palestinians demand Israel to rescind housing units approval

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August 12, 2013 07:43

 
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The Palestinians demanded Israel to rescind its decision to approve tenders for 1,187 new housing units over the Green Line, Israel Radio quoted a senior Palestinian official as saying on Monday.

If this is the way Israel seeks to make peace, then there is no need for negotiations and Prime Minister Netanyahu "can make peace with [Economy and Trade Minister] Bennett," the official told Israel Radio.

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