Macron Condemns 'All Attacks on Israel', Urges Netanyahu to Talk to Palestinians


French President Emmanuel Macron urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to show "courage" in his dealings with the Palestinians to build goodwill that would help rekindle the peace process.

"I urged the prime minister to show courage in his dealings with the Palestinians to get us out of the current dead-end," Macron said after talks in Paris with the Israeli leader.

He began his prepared statement by condemning "all the attacks in these last few hours and days" against Israel following U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Comments 3
Thumb _mowaten_ 10 December 2017, 22:41

screw you and screw israel

Missing cedars 11 December 2017, 02:09

Courage in killing civilians?

Missing arturo 11 December 2017, 16:33

Good point. France has killed thousands of civilians as part of the coalition forces fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.