Ya'alon against Barak's proposed unilateral steps in W.Bank

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May 30, 2012 19:03

 
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Strategic Affairs Minister and Vice Prime Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Tuesday he opposed Barak's proposal for a unilateral withdrawal from the West Bank, saying such a move would be seen as a "sign of weakness."

Speaking at the INSS conference in Tel Aviv, Ya'alon explained that unilateral steps only make Palestinians more stubborn as they say the more they wait, the more they get from Israel.

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