U.S. Senate candidate Kendrick Meek released the following statement on U.S.-Israel diplomacy and the peace process:
"What started off as an internal, domestic disagreement within the Israeli government has turned into an unnecessary international dispute complicated by some undiplomatic language from U.S. administration officials. Opponents of peace, nations and terrorist organizations that wish to do harm to Israel will always seize an opportunity to create a wedge between our nation and Israel. They seek comfort watching these recent events unfold. To give our enemies the false impression that the United States and Israel disagree on fundamental issues within the region sets the peace process back. I urge restraint and a resumption of talks that result in a lasting peace that ensures Israel's security," said Meek.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Statement by U.S. Senate Candidate Kendrick Meek on U.S.-Israel Diplomacy and the Peace Process
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