(Times of Israel) Israeli leaders reacted with anger and scorn to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's address to the UN General Assembly on Friday, with one official from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official accusing Abbas of incitement.
In his address, Abbas accused Israel of committing genocide in its recent conflict with terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip — calling 2014 "a year of a new war of genocide perpetrated against the Palestinian people" — and said that Israel was not interested in living in peace with its Palestinian neighbors.
"It's a speech of incitement full of lies," an unnamed source from the PMO told the Hebrew press. "That's not how someone who wants peace speaks."
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