Jordan: Israel can't solve all issues militarily

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 14, 2006 23:30

 
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"The time has come for Israel to realize that it is impossible to solve every issue with military action," Jordanian Prime Minister Marouf Bakhit said Tuesday night. During an interview with an Egyptian news agency, Bakhit said that since the peace process had come to a halt, Israelis and Palestinians had paid a heavy price with many deaths, adding that "the end of this cycle doesn't seem in sight." He called for increased efforts to adopt the Arab initiative, which calls for a cessation of violence and a return to the negotiating table.

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