Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says a Palestinians are not educating their children toward peace. Netanyahu spoke Sunday during his weekly Cabinet assembly forward of U.S. President Donald Trump’s arriving revisit to Israel. Netanyahu says Trump’s initial abroad outing as boss reflects a clever bond between a nations.
He welcomed Trump’s pull to resume assent talks, though criticized Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for “praising terrorists and profitable them” — and fibbing about priesthood assent to children.
The Palestinian “martyrs’ fund” pays about 35,000 families of Palestinians killed and bleeding in a long-running dispute with Israel, and says a income amounts to gratification payments to victims. Israel has prolonged pronounced a payments worship terrorism and yield an inducement to kill. Last week, Netanyahu urged Abbas to “fund assent and not murder.”
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