MK Tibi: No peace deal without removal of settlers

October 28, 2007 10:48


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"There can be no peace agreement without the dismantlement of settlements and the removal of settlers, including immigrants who have come from abroad and have taken control in the West Bank of land that doesn't belong to them," MK Ahmad Tibi (UAL) said Sunday. Tibi was responding to Israel Beiteinu's "red lines" announced Saturday night by party chairman Avigdor Lieberman ahead of the Annapolis parley. Lieberman declared that his party would only support a final-status agreement if it included a land swap and the transfer of Israeli Arabs to Palestinian territories. "The borders must be the 1967 lines, including east Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine," Israel Radio quoted Tibi as saying.

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