israel-pre-1967-borders-1949-armistice-day-six-day-warDeputy Foreign Minister Ze’ev Elkin (Likud) said on Sunday that holding negotiations with the Palestinian Authority (PA) based on the indefensible pre-1967 borders would be a “red line”. Speaking to Arutz Sheva, Elkin was asked to comment on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s comments in television interviews on Friday, where he said that not all the communities in Judea and Samaria will be part of Israel in a peace agreement. “In the final agreement that Netanyahu sees, if he has a partner, not all the communities will remain a part of Israel,” said Elkin. “This is one of the reasons that I am against a Palestinian state. There is controversy over Netanyahu’s view within the Likud, but right now this controversy is purely theoretical, because there is no one on the other side willing to pursue an agreement along the lines that Netanyahu is willing to, i.e. keeping Jerusalem united, not on the basis of the pre-1967 borders and with recognition of a Jewish state.” MORE