Right angry over Netanyahu's reported readiness to discuss settlement borders

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 26, 2015 11:57

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reported willingness to discuss the borders of Israeli settlement blocs in peace negotiations with the Palestinians would constitute “a dangerous, unprecedented offer,” a pro-settler minister said on Tuesday.

Uri Ariel, the agriculture minister and senior representative of the religious Zionist Bayit Yehudi party, posted a notice on Facebook on Tuesday.

Ariel’s post was in reaction to an Israeli media report claiming that Netanyahu told the European Union’s top diplomat that Jerusalem was ready to discuss outlining the contours of areas in the West Bank that Israel wishes to retain in any final settlement with the Palestinians.

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