Former US president Jimmy Carter attends a press conference in Jerusalem. Carter spoke about his upcoming visit to Syria, the need to talk with the Hamas, his broad and long search for peace in the Middle East and how that must be based on the Geneva Initiative. Carter has been shunned by the Israelis during his visit and firmly believes that, as an independent elder statesman, he should talk to both Hamas and Syria, to see where the dialogue can lead.
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