Netahyahu: 1967 Lines Are Indefensible, Can't Negotiate With a Government Backed by Hamas
Moments ago, following a lengthy meeting with the president, Israel's Prime Minister Bejamin Netanyahu responded to President Obama's call for Israel and Palestine to return to pre-1967 borders, saying, "While Israel is willing to make generous compromises for peace, it cannot go back to the 1967 lines because these lines are indefensible because they don't take into account certain changes that have taken place." Netayahu also said, "Israel cannot negotiate with a Palestinian government that is backed by Hamas." While Netanyahu admitted to differences with President Obama, he believes they share an overall direction and desire to work together toward a genuine peace. That is Netanyahu's priority, as he says, "History will not give the Jewish people another chance." For more from the Fox News Insider, check out foxnewsinsider.com.
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