Hillary Clinton urged Palestine and Israel to restart peace talks on Saturday, calling Israel’s concessions on the West Bank “unprecedented.” Palestinians say they won’t talk peace until Israel has entirely stopped settlement on the West Bank, a precondition the Obama administration has also called for. Now, the language has changed from a "freeze" on development to a "restraint." "I want to see both sides as soon as possible begin in negotiations," the secretary of State said in a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "Both President Obama and I are committed to a comprehensive peace agreement." Palestine rebuffed the request for talks, pointing to the West Bank and Israel’s recent suppression of disturbances at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.