Netanyahu offered opposition leader to push together for regional peace initiative – and then backtracked - Israel News - Haaretz.com
A giant campaign billboard rotates showing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli MK Labour Party leader Isaac Herzog on March 14, 2015 in the coastal Israeli city of Tel Aviv. AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZ

EXCLUSIVE Netanyahu Offered Opposition Leader to Push Together for Regional Peace Initiative – and Then Backtracked

Netanyahu and Herzog reached dramatic understandings six months ago; a joint declaration in Cairo, including readiness for territorial compromise and curb on settlement building, was set to be followed with announcement of unity government. But Amona crisis crashed talks.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent opposition leader Isaac Herzog a document six months ago containing a joint declaration for...

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