Wikileaks: Netanyahu supports land swaps with Palestinians

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November 30, 2010 09:05

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu supports "the concept of land swaps" and does "not want to govern the West Bank," according to a cable from the US embassy in Tel Aviv, released by Wikileaks this week.

In a meeting with Senator Benjamin D. Cardin (D-Maryland) in February 2009, before President Shimon Peres asked Netanyahu to form a coalition, the Likud Party leader outlined his plans for "economic peace" with the Palestinians, which would give them "a viable alternative to radicalism."

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