'Settlers could be given choice of staying in Palestine'

Following Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s address to the US Congress, MK Einat Wilf responds to many of Netanyahu’s statements.

By DEBORAH DANAN, BENJAMIN SPIER
May 24, 2011 22:37
Independence MK Einat Wilf

Labor MK Einat Wilf. (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimski)

 
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Following Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s address to the US Congress, MK Einat Wilf responded to many of Netanyahu’s statements.

Wilf, a member of the Independence party, claimed that when Netanyahu says he is willing to concede territories of the West Bank, then the Israeli residents of those settlements may be given the choice to stay in a future Palestinian state.

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