Lieberman: “Establishing A Palestinian State Would Not End The Conflict”

November 15, 2009 1:30 PM Saed Bannoura Israel, Israeli Politics, News Report 0
15 Nov
1:30 PM

Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, stated Saturday evening that establishing a Palestinian state does not mean an end to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, but “would get the conflict closer to Israel’s border”.

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Avigdor Lieberman



Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, stated Saturday evening that establishing a Palestinian state does not mean an end to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, but “would get the conflict closer to Israel’s border”.

His statements came during a Saturday speech at the Saban forum in Jerusalem, Israeli Ynet news reported.

The Israeli Foreign Minister, head of the fundamental Yisrael Beiteinu Party and a former member of Kach movement which was outlawed by Israel and was regarding as a terrorist group, said that a establishing a Palestinian state would further demands for withdrawals from the Negev and the Galilee.

He also ‘warned’ that a Palestinian state would boost the relations and attachments between Arabs in Israel and the Palestinian entity, the Ynet added.

Yet, Israel’s occupation of Palestine and East Jerusalem, Israel settlements in the occupied territories, violate the international law and the Fourth Geneva Conventions, and constitute war crimes.

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