I guess this isn't surprising:


"In my opinion, Netanyahu brought up several obstacles to peace in his speech that others before him have not placed," Carter told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.

"He insists on settlement expansion, demands that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state even though 20% of Israel's citizens are not Jews," the former US president said.

So long as he agrees that Palestine shouldn't be a state for the Palestinians, I guess it doesn't really matter.

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