Has Benjamin Netanyahu Changed his Mind on a "Two-State Solution"?Recently Re-Elected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel stated in a recent interview there would be “No Palestinian state on my watch” However according to NBC In his first American television interview since winning re-election, appeared to back away Thursday from his declaration that he would not allow the establishment of a Palestinian state. “I don’t want a one-state solution,” he told NBC News in an interview. “I want a sustainable, peaceful two-state solution.” But he cautioned that “circumstances have to change” for that to happen. He said that the Palestinian leader refuses to recognize Israel and has made a pact with Hamas calling for Israel’s destruction. “And every territory that is vacated today in the Middle East is taken up by Islamist forces,” he said. “We want that to change so we can realize a vision of real, sustained peace.” On Monday, with polls showing a tight race between Netanyahu’s Likud Party and the Zionist Union of Isaac Herzog, Netanyahu had definitively ruled out the establishment of a Palestinian state. Has Netanyahu flipped on his stance? Is he buckling under pressure from the World and President Obama? FULL REPORT