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Netanyahu: Peace with Palestinians necessary to avoid binational state

"My interest is what's good for Israel and I have no desire to head toward a binational state, a situation I oppose. I've offered compromises in the past, compromises whose meaning is a relinquishing of land," Netanyahu says • PM's comments come as the international Quartet prepares to meet on April 11 over ways to restart the deadlocked Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Shlomo Cesana and The Associated Press

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (left) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Sept. 1, 2010. [Archive]
Photo credit: AP
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