Dichter: Time, circumstances not right for agreement with PA

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 8, 2007 22:56

 
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Interior Security Minister Avi Dichter said Saturday evening that "the timing and circumstances are not right to discuss a permanent agreement with the Palestinians." Dichter was speaking in the opening session of the international convention of the Institute for Counter-Terrorism at the Inter-Disciplinary Institute in Herzliya. Dichter was also referring to Syria and Iran's support of terror organizations: "One cannot overlook the involvement and support [these countries show] in terror in Lebanon and in Gaza. When terror organizations connect with terror states - wee see coups like the one that took place in Gaza," he said.

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