14 March 2011

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Ehud Barak warns of a 'political' tsunami on the way to Israel.

"We are facing a political tsunami most of the public isn't unaware of," Defense Minister Ehud Barak said during a speech at the International Security Studies Institute in Tel Aviv on Sunday.

"There is an international movement which will recognize a Palestinian state on 1967 borders. It would be wrong to ignore this tsunami," Barak said. According to the defense minister, this is scheduled to happen before September.

"Israel's de-legitimization is in sight. It's very dangerous and requires action," Barak stated. He warned against an attempt to push Israel into the same corner South Africa once occupied.

"A political initiative will minimize the chances along the way. We have not tried to put all core issues on the table in the past two years. Israel must say it is ready to discuss security borders, refugees and Jerusalem and it will get a chance. If it fails, responsibility will be placed on the other side."

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