Days of Palestine, Jerusalem -Senior Israeli official has said that the Israeli government does not seek to talk with Palestinians, but to fight them.
Speaking to the Israeli general radio on Friday, Deputy Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely said that “talks with the Palestinians are not on the government’s agenda.”
In addition, she said: “The Israeli government is currently in fight with the Palestinians and it is working to strengthen its political stance before the whole world.”
Peace talks between the Israeli occupation and the Palestinian Authorities have stalled in April 2014 as the Israeli occupation had refused to stop its illegal settlement in the occupied Palestinians territories.
Hotovely said told this to the Israeli radio in the light of killing more than 200 Palestinian citizens in the span of three months.
The last Palestinian killed by the Zionist state was a 10-year-old child smashed under the rubble of his house, which was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike tonight.