Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Good News: Der Spiegel opines Netanyahu signals end of Israeli one sided concessions

Avigdor Liberman makes the Terrorists Piss Their Pants

Of course, they phrase it differently...

Der Spiegel: 'Netanyahu and Lieberman Are The Gravediggers of the Peace Process
With Likud and Yisrael Beitenu having signed a coalition agreement, it looks increasingly likely that far-right politician Avigdor Lieberman will be the next Israeli foreign minister. German newspapers are concerned that such an appointment would signal the end of the peace process.

With far-right politician Avigdor Lieberman looking likely to become Israel's next foreign minister, leading figures in Europe have said that it may no longer be "business as usual" with Israel

Prime Minister designate Benjamin Netanyahu is still in the process of building a coalition government and on Tuesday his spokeswoman said he had a "strong desire" to bring in more moderate parties. However, with Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party having sealed a deal with Lieberman's Yisrael Beitenu on Monday, it is highly unlikely that Kadima or the center-left Labour Party will join the government. On Monday Kadima leader Tzipi Livni, the current Israeli foreign minister, said that she was not prepared to join a coalition that did not share her party's commitment to a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

Lieberman, whose party represents many immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet Union, has drawn accusations of racism for a proposal that would require Arab citizens of Israel to sign loyalty oaths or lose their citizenship. On Monday, the Israeli Arab lawmaker Ahmed Tibi called for an international boycott of Lieberman if he is appointed foreign minister. "No minister should meet him, especially no Arab minister," he told Reuters.

The European Union has already signalled that, regardless of who is in the coalition, it wants to see a continued commitment to the peace process. Foreign policy chief Javier Solana said on Sunday that the EU could only "do business as usual with a government in Israel that is prepared to continue talking and working for a two-state solution." And on Monday, EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner said: "What we want to see is a foreign minister of Israel that accepts a two-state solution."


No more concessions for terror. Enough with the "peace process" charade. Peace means "not war", "Peace Process" means slowly decapitation of Israel with the intent to eliminate. The "Peace Process" is a war.

1 comment:

  1. The 'Peace Process' needs to be turned around.

    'Corpse's Peace'

    There, that's better.