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its an easy a exellent work The Influence and views of Netanyahu on the Middle East Peace Plan The middle east has many problems trying to achieve peace between Israel and the Palestinians The peace process started about four years ago with the Middle East countries Through the process many people have had major influence on it One person who might have one of the greatest influences of the peace agreement is Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu The peace agreement is the biggest topic in the Middle East and he is at the head of one end At the other end is another strong figure The leader of the PLO Palestinian Liberation Organization is Yasir Arafat In this report I will explain Benjamin Netanyahus position in Israel and how he has affected the peace plan I will tell about his views on what is going on Benjamin Netanyahu lived in the United States for a few years Netanyahu was a graduate of MIT in 1975 Then he claimed duel citizenship with the United States and Israel Netanyahu did so because his mother was born in the United States He was a well-paid analyst with the Boston Consulting group He left working there and went back to Israel in 1978 When he went back to Israel he was there for about six years when he became the embassador to the united states for Israel Later when he was an Israeli diplomat he renounced his American citizenship In 1996 he became the Prime Minister of Israel He now has the most influence from the Israeli side of things Benjamin Netanyahu has done many interviews and addresses with the American people One such interview he did to express his views was with Time Magazine Time asked him if he were a Palestinian how he would regard toward Netanyahu He replies If I read the
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