Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel offered support Friday for President Obama's plan to break the stalemate in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Wiesel said he was more supportive of Obama's overall push to return to the negotiating table than the details of the proposition that Israel return to its pre-1967 borders.
"I also am for a two-state solution. What would it look like? Let them sit down and discuss it," Wiesel said.
Wiesel -- a Holocaust survivor, author and human rights activist -- said he does not believe Obama is "anti-Israel," although Obama's comments drew widespread criticism in Israel.
"He wants to find a solution," Wiesel said.
Wiesel made his remarks after delivering the 150th commencement address at Washington University. Wiesel was one of five people to receive honorary degrees.