Netanyahu: shooting means "no compromise" in talks

ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Maryland (BestGrowthStock) – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will tell U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that a deadly West Bank attack shows there should be “no compromise” on Israeli security demands in peace talks, a government spokesman said Tuesday.

Spokesman Nir Hefez said as Netanyahu arrived for the new peace talks in the United States: “The criminal murder proves again the need to stand firmly on Israel’s stringent security demands, and there will be no compromise on them.”

Hefez said Netanyahu had, in response to the killing of four Israelis in a roadside shooting near the West Bank town of Hebron, “ordered (Israeli) security forces to act without political limits to catch the murderers and react aggressively.”

(Reporting by Jeffrey Heller; Writing by Allyn Fisher-Ilan; Editing by Mark Trevelyan)

Netanyahu: shooting means "no compromise" in talks