Israel opposition leader dismisses Syria talks

Israeli right-wing opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday dismissed peace efforts with Syria led by interim Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

"The concessions made by the Olmert-Livni government to the Syrians do not and will not obligate a government that I shall head," Netanyahu, a former prime minister, told Israeli public radio.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Netanyahu has rarely encountered any kind of peace initiative he didn't absolutely loathe.

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