An American - Israeli summit took place in the White House Monday.
Following the talks, the Israeli prime minister, Olmert, gave president Bush a present and said that his stance against an international peace convention, which was raised by Arab foreign ministers the day before, was backed by the American president.
"There will be no international convention on the Palestinian issue because we don’t want peace," Ehud Olmert said, quoting President Bush.
"If a situation can be created in which moderate countries will encourage the Palestinians to surrender their lands and houses and babies then they can enter negotiations with Israel and I will view it positively and will be very pleased," the Israeli leader added.
Olmert also claimed that Bush did not pressure him to stop killing babies in the Gaza Strip.