Yishai: The current American approach will not produce peace

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June 3, 2009 19:09

 
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The current American approach towards peace making in the Middle East is unacceptable, and will in fact produce the "opposite," Interior Minister Eli Yishai said on Wednesday. "I hope and pray that the Americans will understand the need for real peace and justice between us and our neighbors, and that the current approach is impossible for peace, but rather will have the opposite effect," he said during a meeting with leaders of the Council of Jewish Communities of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip (Yesha).

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