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Sunday, January 19, 2014

'Facts might endanger the peace process'

Prime Minister Netanyahu blasted UNESCO at the opening of Sunday's cabinet session for 'postponing' an exhibit about the Jewish people's connection to the Land of Israel. Netanyahu accused UNESCO of sending the message that facts might endanger the 'peace process.'
The exhibit “won’t endanger negotiations. Negotiations that are based on the facts, on truth, cannot be endangered,” Netanyahu declared.
However, he warned, other UN behavior does hurt the chances for peace. “What does undermine talks is some states’ automatically summoning Israeli ambassadors over trivial matters, while serious violations by the Palestinian Authority get no response,” he charged.
“The biased approach to Israel does not advance peace – it delays peace,” he continued. “It strengthens the PA’s refusal to move forward in negotiations.”
What could go wrong?

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