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Netanyahu: UN Security Council resolution makes negotiations harder, drives peace further away

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Posted: Sunday, December 25, 2016 10:38 am

JERUSALEM — “Friends don’t take friends to the Security Council,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his government.

Netanyahu made the remark today (Dec. 25) at the weekly Cabinet meeting, less than two days after the United States abstained from a United Nations Security Council vote on a resolution condemning Israel for continued settlement building, In a break from the norm, Netanyahu made part of the remarks in English, presumably in order to make sure that they would be properly understood by the U.S.

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