Israeli ex-spy chief says Palestinian state crucial to peace

File - In this Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015 file photo, Director of Israel's Mossad spy agency at the time Tamir Pardo arrives to attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. Former Mossad chief Pardo said Tuesday that the establishment of an independent Palestinian state is crucial to region-wide peace in the Middle East, joining the ranks of retired security men to urge the government to seek a two-state solution. (AP Photo/Ronen Zvulun, Pool, File)JERUSALEM (AP) — The former head of Israel's Mossad spy agency on Tuesday said the establishment of an independent Palestinian state is crucial to region-wide peace in the Middle East, joining the ranks of retired security men to urge the government to seek a two-state solution.


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