Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Iran Says No Change Expected in Israel Policy

Iran said on Wednesday it expected no change in the Zionist entity’s policy following the general elections.

Speaking at her weekly press conference on Wednesday, Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said the Israeli parties all had an “aggressive nature.”

“The Israeli parties are the same and they are all accomplices in their crimes against the Palestinians and in their acts of aggression,” she added.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party has claimed victory in the Tuesday general elections.


  1. Israel election: US concern over 'divisive' rhetoric...

    The White House says it is deeply concerned at what it called the "divisive rhetoric" in the Israeli election, which ended in a surprise win for Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party.

    During campaigning, Mr Netanyahu said he would not allow the creation of a Palestinian state if re-elected.

    The US, UN and EU have all urged him to continue with the two-state solution.

    Mr Netanyahu aims to build a new coalition government within two to three weeks, his party says.

    White House spokesman Josh Earnest said: "It has been the policy of the United States for more than 20 years that a two-state solution is the goal of resolving the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians."

    The US would "re-evaluate our approach" in the wake of Mr Netanyahu's comments ruling out a Palestinian state, he said.............

  2. Israel PM Netanyahu softens stance on Palestinian state...

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has watered down a pre-election vow not to allow the establishment of a Palestinian state.

    In a US TV interview, Mr Netanyahu said he wanted a two-state solution, but said "circumstances have to change".

    The interview with MSNBC was his first since winning a clear election victory earlier this week.

    As the campaign ended Mr Netanyahu had appealed to supporters by saying he would not allow a Palestinian state.

    But that view was tempered in Thursday's interview, in which he also denied accusations that another last-minute campaign pronouncement amounted to racism.

    "I don't want a a one-state solution. I want a sustainable, peaceful two-state solution, but for that circumstances have to change," Mr Netanyahu told MSNBC............


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