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JERUSALEM — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday dismissed warnings by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that Israel could be targeted by a growing boycott campaign if peace talks with the Palestinians fail.

Netanyahu tried to reassure Israelis, saying any boycott attempts are immoral, unjust and "will not achieve their goal," while two government ministers accused Kerry of unfair pressure tactics and not standing by Israel.

Kerry's comments and the aggrieved Israeli response led the main TV news shows Sunday, signaling a growing concern here that the world will use economic pressure to extract concessions.

Read more in tomorrow's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

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