Alon Liel

Israeli Foreign Ministry (formerly)

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Former Israeli Director-General of the Foreign Ministry (2000-2001) and former Israeli Ambassador to South Africa; publisher of Turkish-Israeli Relations 1949- 2010

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Last year, President Obama  called for a Palestinian State  with membership in the United Nations.

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