22.07.2011 20.Tammus, 5771
Netanyahu also tells Arab network some settlements will be left outside Israel's borders, says peace will come with recognition of Jewish state.
The next Egyptian government will likely keep the peace treaty with Israel because to do otherwise would be too costly, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said in an interview aired Thursday on Al-Arabiya.
“Will the next government in Egypt be committed to peace? I think so, because I think the stakes are too high to go back to what we had. I remember what we had,” Netanyahu said, adding that he found it difficult to believe the Egyptian government would “want to turn back the clock, go back to the terrible days of wars that we had, when the benefits of peace are evident.”…