Israel won’t be binational state, Palestinians must choose peace: PM

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu said Sunday that "Israel will not be a binational state, but in order for there to be peace, the other side needs to decide that it also wants peace, but unfortunately this is not what we are seeing. First of all, the Palestinian Authority's incitement continues. It must stop"
Netanyahu was responding at the weekly cabinet meeting Sunday to US Secretary of State John Kerry’s comment in Washington Saturday warning that the Palestinian Authority’s collapse could lead to a one-state solution that “is not a solution for a secure, Jewish democratic Israel living in peace.”  
The prime minister noted that the senior Palestinian negotiator [Saeb Erekat], instead of condemning the current wave of terror, “went to console the family of a terrorist who tried to murder Jews." He was “effectively supporting and encouraging acts of terror.”

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