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Silvan Shalom: “the fact that there is no peace process is not our fault”

Israel's new Deputy Prime Minister on the "two state solution," Tony Blair, and western boycotts of his country

By Bronwen Maddox  

Silvan Shalom attends a 2012 commemoration for the Victims of the 1972 Munich Olympic shootings. © Peter Kneffel/DPA/Press Association Images

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“I think this government is willing to move to a peace process,” said Silvan Shalom, Israel’s new Deputy Prime Minister, now also in charge of negotiations with the Palestinians. “I believe that if we find the Palestinians willing…

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