Netanyahu Hits Kerry, Obama: ‘Israelis Do Not Need To Be Lectured About the Importance of Peace’

‘No one wants peace more than the people of Israel’

NETANYAHU: "Israelis do not need to be lectured about the importance of peace by foreign leaders. Israel's hand has been extended in peace to its neighbors from day one, from its very first day. We pray for peace. We work for it every day since then. Thousands of Israeli families have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country and advance peace. My family has been one of them. There are many, many others. No one wants peace more than the people of Israel."

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