You can skip strait to the good stuff which begins about 7 minutes in.
In related news Palestinian Authority negotiator Saeb Erekat said: If '67 lines are an illusion, peace is an illusion. I think he got that one right. The Hamas Charter calls for the extermination of the Israeli Jews. To start with.
But all that is not the main sticking point. This is:
And the third issue that rankled Netanyahu had to do with Hamas. While Obama said the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation raised “profound and legitimate questions for Israel,” for Netanyahu this was simply not a strong enough statement. The PMO saw Obama as “wishy-washy” on Hamas, and at the very least wanted to hear Obama reiterate the Quartet’s three conditions for engagement with Hamas as part of a PA unity government: forswearing terrorism, recognizing Israel and accepting previous agreements.Netanyahu makes the point that 'Peace based on illusions will crash on the rocks'.
Netanyahu said he would work with Obama to seek a secure peace for Israel, but also warned that Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas would have to choose between a new unity pact with the militant group Hamas or peace with Israel.This will not end well.
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