Peace Now: New settlement decision calls into question 'good faith' in negotiations

By REUTERS
August 4, 2013 18:50

 
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NGO Peace Now on Sunday responded to the decision to put 91 Jewish settlements on a national priority funding list, stating that the expansion of settlements calls into faith their "good faith" in the current peace talks.

Israel "calls into question whether this government is truly ready to negotiate in good faith," Peace Now stated.

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