Netanyahu calls Palestinian leader Abbas, urges peacemaking

July 15th, 2013  
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Topic: Netanyahu calls Palestinian leader Abbas, urges peacemaking

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday telephoned Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and said he hoped the two sides could resume peace talks, stalled for three years, Israeli officials said. Netanyahu offered greetings for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, his office said, adding that he told Abbas: "I hope we will have the opportunity to speak with one another not only during festivals, and will start negotiating. It's important. ...

July 15th, 2013  
I always love the double talk, he knows the Palestinians are not going to go to the negotiating table while he expands settlements but as long as you sign the building permits with one hand and then plead for peace on the other hand he knows things will carry on as usual and it will keep the Americans sending cash.

It is just a case of "we want peace no really peace at any cost we are a peace loving people oh and by the way we are evicting 10,000 of your people to build a settlement, so why don't you want peace again?"

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