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JERUSALEM – The Israeli prime minister has slammed a series of recent complaints by the premier’s office over alleged Israeli policy in the Palestinian territories, saying the complaints are “unacceptable”.
In a rare public appearance on Friday evening, Netanyahu accused Israel of encouraging the growth of Islamic State in the West Bank and Gaza.
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Netanyahu wrote in the letter that the allegations “should not be taken lightly and are not appropriate in light of the situation in Gaza.”
Earlier, Israel’s Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said during a visit to Oslo, she had reached the conclusion that the claims from ministers were not the “true” state policy in Israel.
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“If you do not want that to happen, stopSM 카지노 taking all the criticism and criticism against Israel and just go there, as a nation and as a state, on what your agenda is,” said Shaked.
“We had the same discussion at the World Food Programme (WFP) when we started the process in 2013, when Israel received the Nobel Peace Prize,” said Shaked.
The new prime minister of Israel, Binyamin Netanyahu, met earlier this month with Israeli officials from the UN, the United States, Russia, the European Union, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and other Western countries to discuss how to improve the coordination of their efforts and reach a political solution in the Middle East.
Last Update: Thursday, 7 January 2015 KSA 12:52 – GMT 07:52