PM Benjamin Netanyahu (l), then Likud opposition leader, and then-British PM Tony Blair in Jerusalem, Jan. 25, 2009. (AP/Lior Mizrachi, Pool) (AP/Lior Mizrachi, Pool)
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“Peace must first be established between the Arab states and Israel, and then the Palestinian issue may be included,” the former UK leader said.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that he recently came to new conclusions regarding the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Peace talks should be between Israel and the Arab countries, with the participation of the Palestinians, Blair said in a pre-recorded interview Wednesday for The Jerusalem Post annual conference.

Contrary to popular opinion until now, the question of peace between Israel and the Palestinians is not primarily about territory, according to Blair, who made many trips to the region to promote an Israeli-PA deal during his premiership. Watch and hear what he had to say!






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