Netanyahu said, "We've been trying to make sure that the talks between us and the Palestinians will continue. That is our desire." - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 26.01.12 | 03:55 (IST)

    THEN STOP BUILDING!! If you get the Palestinians at the table how long will it take to hammer out permanent borders? That should be the goal, and that is just how long the building freeze MUST last. The sooner you pass that mark, the sooner you can build to your hearts content, and with international blessings no less!

    from the article: Palestinians: Peace negotiations with Israel have ended
    First published 00:49 26.01.12 | Last updated 00:49 26.01.12
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