WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
on Monday again rejected U.S. President Barack Obama's vision of a Middle East peace deal based on the country's indefensible 1967 borders.
Netanyahu, speaking to Washington's most powerful pro-Israel lobbying group, said he planned to outline in a speech to Congress on Tuesday his own vision for an eventual peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
It must leave Israel with security, and therefore Israel cannot return to the indefensible 1967 lines, Netanyahu said.
(Reporting by Jeffrey Heller; writing by Andrew Quinn; editing by Eric Beech)