No stereotypical settler

When he isn’t leading tours in Israel, chief foreign envoy of the Yesha Council Dani Dayan is busy traveling throughout European capitals and the US.

November 21, 2013 10:44
Dani Dayan with a Chrstian delegation at Psagot Winery

Dani Dayan with a Christian delegation 521. (photo credit: courtesy)


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Despite US President Barack Obama’s official policy statements on the Middle East, indicating that the only road to peace between Israel and the Palestinians is via the two-state solution, “I am completely sure that Obama learned something after his first four years in office, and understands that two states is not going to achieve peace.”

This interesting revelation was made to The Jerusalem Post by Dani Dayan, the new chief foreign envoy for the Yesha Council, the umbrella organization of municipal councils of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.


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