Candy Crowley talks to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and a Palestinian senior adviser Mohammad Shtayyeh about the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict and the chances of achieving a ceasefire.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on chance of achieving a ceasefire between his country and the Palestinians.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on whether they are creating more enemies than they are killing.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talks about the fighting between Israel and Gaza and explains what it will take for it to stop.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Iran is "about two months away" from having nuclear-enriched material.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on stalled peace talks: "I will not negotiate with those who seek to exterminate peace with my country. ...
Either Hamas disavows the destruction of Israel and embraces peace and denounces terror, or President Abbas renounces Hamas. If one of those things happens, then we can get back to the peace negotiations. I hope that he renounces Hamas. I hope that he gets back to the peace table."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel won't participate in peace talks that include Hamas.
"Increase the pressure on Iran because it's finally working," says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He calls the P5+1 deal discussed in Geneva "exceedingly bad."
Netanyahu says Republicans and Democrats alike are calling for tougher sanctions & to preserve sanctions "as they are."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu talked with Candy about his desire for peace in the region. "I'd like to see some movement on the Palestinian side," he said. "Everybody talks about Israeli concessions. It's time to talk about Palestinian concessions, too. Like recognizing the Jewish state. You want us to recognize the Palestinian state for the Palestinian people. How about recognizing the Jewish state for the Jewish people? But peace is a two-way street. It must require - it requires Palestinian concessions alongside Israeli ones."