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The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has accused the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, of encouraging terrorism, after he said it was human nature for the Palestinians to react to occupation. Mr. Ban criticised Israel's plans for new settlements in the West Bank as provocative acts that cast out on its commitment to a two-state solution. Nick Bryant has more.“It is Israel's settlement building that's particularly angered the U.N. Secretary-General, in the government's latest decision to approve plans for over 150 new homes in the West Bank, a move that most of the international community regards as illegal or illegitimate. Addressing the U.N. Security Council, Ban Ki-moon demanded a freeze in settlement activity.”In response, the Israeli Prime Minister said the U.N. had lost its neutrality a long time ago.