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    Published 18:52 30.11.10 Latest update 18:52 30.11.10 WikiLeaks cables: You can't blame Israel for mistrusting Arabs, says Qatari ruler Israel deserves credit for seeking peace in the face of resurgent Hamas and Hezbollah, Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani tells U.S. senator, according to classified dispatch. By Haaretz Service Tags: Israel news Qatar US WikiLeaks Israelis can't be blamed for mistrusting Arabs, according to remarks by the ruler of the Arab state of Qatar released by the WikiLeaks group in the latest of a string of surprising revelations. Qatar's Amir, Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, made the comments in a meeting with U.S. Senator John Kerry on February 23. Emir of Qatar Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and German President Christian Wulff in Berlin, Germany, September 29, 2010. Photo by: AP A report of their discussions, obtained by the WikiLeaks group, was filed by America's Qatar Ambassador Joseph LeBaron. The cable said: "The Israeli leaders need to represent the people of Israel, who themselves do not trust Arabs. The Amir said this is understandable and "we can't blame them" because the Israelis have been "under threat" for a long time,"?Emir of Qatar Sheik said. Emir of Qatar Sheik

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    First published 18:52 30.11.10 | Last updated 18:52 30.11.10
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