Monday, June 15, 2009

Arab world dismayed Jews want their own country. Demand more Arab states

How dare Jews strive for the same national rights as other nations? They should evict their brothers from ancestral homeland and accept a new Dhimmi status... so said non other than the great peaceful leader of Egypt: Hosni Mubarak.

My answer is simple: Israel already exist, peace will come only once Arabs choose to live in this world - in this reality. Which could be never - I can live with that.

Democrats in white house and state department are apparently deaf (in addition to dumb which is granted by now) when such statements are made through out the Arab world.

Netanyahu's speech was excellent in that it exposed the root of the conflict and the hopelessness of further concessions so long as Arabs refuse to acknowledge Israel as home of the Jews. It is not a land with a government - it is the ancestral home of Jews as it is the political sanctuary from the evils of the world as were perpetrated through out the millenias.

JPost: 'Netanyahu is ruining peace chances'
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak blasted Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's speech on Sunday saying "Netanyahu's demand that Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish state is ruining the chance for peace," Egyptian news agencies reported on Monday.

Mubarak further added that "not Egypt, nor any other Arab country would support Netanyahu's approach."

Earlier Monday, a Syrian government newspaper slammed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's speech, and likened Israel's policies towards Palestinians to those of the Apartheid government in South Africa towards black people.

Syria's state-controlled Tishrin published an editorial claiming that the prime minister's foreign policy address proved that Israel's interest is to allow Palestinians to live only in isolated areas, similarly to black people in Apartheid South Africa.

The Zionist government, according to Netanyahu's speech last night, is willing to establish Palestinian cantons reminiscent of the black people's cantons in South Africa when the racist regime was in power," the editorial stated.

In his speech on Sunday evening, Netanyahu did not mention the Golan Heights, but said he wants to meet all Arab leaders and make peace, stressing that he is "willing to go to Damascus, to Riyadh, to Beirut, to any place," for this purpose.

On Saturday, US President Barack Obama's special Mideast envoy said that Syria has a key role to play in forging peace in the region, during a visit that marked the strongest US push yet to improve relations with the country.

Syria and the US share an obligation "to create conditions for negotiations to begin promptly and end successfully," George Mitchell told reporters after a 90-minute meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad in the capital, Damascus.

Mitchell was the highest ranking official to visit Syria since 2005 when the US recalled its ambassador.

How's voting for Obama and putting all the blame on Israel and Jews in Israel working for those Jews who voted Obama convinced he is a "true friend of Israel"?

Several people have told me over the last two weeks in Israel: Who will save Israel from president Hussain?

Stop bad mouthing those who insisted on mentioning Obama's Islamic roots - as he now carries them with pride while he does his best to humiliate Israel in the international arena. These are not avoidable news bits. Those were clear headlines and if someone managed to miss it - he should have his head examined.

What's Obama's rush with destroying Israel through faux peace? Doesn't he have America's economy to demolish first? Or is that job practicably a done deal by now so he can focus on destroying foreign countries as well?

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