Labor 'dissidents' call on PM to accept two-state solution

By ELIE LESHEM
May 17, 2009 02:19

 
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Labor "dissidents" on Saturday night called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu not to "delude" himself and the Israeli people that there is a solution to the conflict with the Palestinians that does not include two states for two peoples. In a letter addressed to Netanyahu on the eve of his trip to Washington, MKs Eitan Cabel, Amir Peretz, Ophir Paz-Pines and Yuli Tamir urged Netanyahu to drop talk of "economic peace" and accept the Arab peace initiative.

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