'Unless the Palestinians recognize the Jewish state and give up on the right of return there will not be peace, says PM. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe - Haifa, Israel
    • 07.10.13 | 02:14 (IDT)

    Netanyahu, the Palestinians have recognized Israel's right to exist many times before and the fact that you ask them to give up on the right of return, shows that you are recognizing the fact that the Palestinians have the right to return to their home lands which Israel is occupying, but you want them to give up that right, which they should not, will not and you will have to accept that fact if you want Israel to continue to exist, because the time is coming when America will no longer be able to protect and keep Israel alive, so the sooner you accept the Palestinians right to return and accept the fact that peace must be made at any cost, we may not be able to make peace later on and Israel as we know it will no longer be.

    from the article: Four years on, Netanyahu returns to Bar Ilan more hawkish than ever
    First published 00:42 07.10.13 | Last updated 00:23 07.10.13
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