'If we set up a Palestinian state now, we'll get an Iranian state'

November 6, 2007 08:47


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"If we set up a Palestinian state now, we will get an Iranian state," opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu said Tuesday morning. Netanyahu told Israel Radio that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was making peace with "a virtual negotiating partner and in virtual reality." "We have a partner for statements but not for actions or true peace," he added. Netanyahu went on to say that if there was "a real partner" on the Palestinian side, he would agree in a peace deal to allow the Palestinians to rule their territory with "limited sovereignty" in order to minimize the threat to Israel.

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