Israel breaks off peace talks

Investor's Business Daily
April 2014
Investors Business Daily;4/25/2014, pA02
A reconciliation between Palestinian rivals Hamas and Fatah led Israel's security cabinet to halt peace negotiations. PM Benjamin Netanyahu said he couldn't deal with "a murderous terrorist organization." Hamas, which controls Gaza, and Fatah, which runs the West Bank, say they'll form a gov't in 5 weeks.


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