President Barack Obama, visit the world's most crowded Muslim nation, spoken deep concern Tuesday that Israelis and Palestinians aren't making the "extra effort" to secure a get through for achieving Middle East stillness.
Obama said he hasn't seen the kind of development in negotiations that "could finally create a frame for a secure Israel living side by side in peace with a sovereign Palestine." Asked at a news discussion with Indonesia's President Suslilo Bambang Yudhoyono about Israeli conclusion construction in East Jerusalem, Obama said, "Each of these incremental steps can end up breaking that trust amid these parties."
Obama raised his Mideast concern while appearing with Yudhoyono throughout his first visit to Indonesia as president to the country where he lived for four years as a child. He marveled over "sights plus sounds" that evoked memories of the past and said that Indonesia's scenery of today barely resemble the land where he went to live at age 6 in 1967.