Netanyahu says Israel to 'stand firm' against Palestinian 'efforts to dictate terms'

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that “Israel will stand firm against any efforts to dictate terms and will repulse all attempts to bring terrorism into our homes.”
The premier made the remarks upon boarding his plane bound for Rome, where he will meet with US Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss Palestinian efforts to convince the United Nations to force an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank.
“Time after time, we have repulsed attempts to dictate terms that would hurt Israel's security and were not compatible with real peace,” Netanyahu said.
The premier said that Israel would not accept "unilateral acts that are time-dependent."
Netanyahu said this is “especially true at a time when Islamic terrorism was reaching all corners of the globe.”
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