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Israel opposition chief says Netanyahu’s views on peace deal remain enigma | AP INTERVIEW

Israel’s new opposition chief said Wednesday that Benjamin Netanyahu’s views on a peace deal with the Palestinians remain an enigma, and that he’s not sure the Israeli prime minister has the “mental willingness” to do what is needed.

“This is the big question of the day, whether Netanyahu has come to the conclusion that there has to be change,” Isaac Herzog of the centre-left Labor Party told The Associated Press in an interview in his office in Israel’s parliament. He said he believed a deal was urgently needed and possible — including on the complex issue of dividing or sharing Jerusalem among two peoples who have been hostile for about a century.

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