Posts Tagged ‘Benjamin Netanyahu’

In Israel, Romney declares Jerusalem to be capital

KASIE HUNT, Associated Press
Updated 11:22 a.m., Sunday, July 29, 2012

Nazi Zionist (NaZionist) supporter!

Submissive Ass-Kissing Romney.. all for a fistful of Jewish Votes!

Israeli Grand Terrorist and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and US Republican presidential candidate and Israeli Ass Kisser, Mitt Romney, meet at the Prime Minister’s office in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 29, 2012. Romney would back an Israeli military strike against Iran aimed at preventing Tehran from obtaining nuclear capability, a top foreign policy adviser said early Sunday, outlining the aggressive posture the Republican presidential candidate will take toward Iran in a speech in Israel later in the day. Photo: Lior Mizrahi, Pool / AP
As bad as Obama proved to be, I’d rather vote him than voting for this Jewish-Ass-Kisser spineless “politician!!!”
Look at the above picture – again: see the weak and submissive demeanor and nature of Romney next to his idol, the terrorist of Israel? Romney is another supporter of “demonic” state of Israel!
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Israeli Terrorist and NaZionist Avigdor Lieberman

Israel has slammed a deal between the Palestinian Hamas and Fatah factions to form an interim unity government and hold elections within a year.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that “with this accord, a red line has been crossed,” AFP reported on Thursday.

Tel Aviv could “freeze the transfer of taxes collected by Israel for the Palestinian Authority,” Lieberman said.

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak also commented on the issue saying that “the latest events do nothing but reinforce the necessity of relying only on ourselves.” [and so did the Palestinians: relied only on themselves after years of deceptive Israeli practices and actions]

He boasted that the Israeli army and security forces “will use an iron fist to deal with any threat and challenge.”

Delegations representing Hamas and Fatah came to an understanding on Wednesday in the Egyptian capital of Cairo, where they resumed unity talks.

Shortly after the deal was announced, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas must “choose between peace with Israel or peace with Hamas.” [Abbas replied: “Choose between Peace and illegal Settlements”]

The latest deal is expected to be followed by signing of a reconciliation agreement between all Palestinian factions in Egypt.

Hamas and Fatah have been at odds since the former won the Palestinian parliamentary elections in January 2006.

Fatah set up headquarters in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, with Hamas arguing that the faction works in cahoots with Tel Aviv.

Last year, Hamas complained about an arrest campaign against its members led by the so-called security forces functioning under Fatah’s leader, Mahmoud Abbas, declaring that its rival faction works “in close coordination with those of the Israeli occupiers” in the West Bank.

Source: PressTV

Judea Declares War

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Israel is worried from an internal uprising and is desperately searching for a weapon of mass distraction. Reality is that Israel cannot reach any peace

Mahmoud Abbas _MG_1963

Image by Abode of Chaos via Flickr

agreement with the Palestinians because these have no agreed leadership. Mahmoud Abbas is holding his position as President of the Palestinian Authority illegally. Elected to serve until January 9, 2009, Mr. Abbas unilaterally extended his term as president of the Palestinian Authority for another year and continues in office even after that deadline expired. Palestinian legal Prime Minister – Ismail Haniyeh – said in September 2010 that “Palestinians worldwide do not support absurd talks with Israel,” and that “the scheduled negotiations would not restore Palestinians’ rights or give them control over religious sites.” Khaled Mashal, said that the upcoming talks were illegitimate and the result of coercion by Washington. I expanded on that in Next Bomb is Courtesy of Netanyahu. Moreover, its peace agreement with Egypt may be in jeopardy, especially if it is to face a referendum of the Egyptian people. Without an advancing peace process, Israelis and Palestinians directly suffering under the violent hands of the Israeli Administration may upraise as Tunisians, Egyptians and Lybians did, asking for their human rights and freedoms. The State of Israel – an illegitimate, terror inflicting organization – is not different from them.

In the last week of February 2011, Netanyahu said over the phone to the German chancellor that he was about to launch a diplomatic initiative, explaining he is making a speech in two weeks in which he will outline a new peace plan. The prime minister claims he intends to launch a new peace plan that would be a continuation of his Bar-Ilan University speech of June 2009, in which he agreed to establish a Palestinian state. Israeli media confirmed that, saying that Netanyahu is frantically looking for a way to jumpstart the peace process, in view of Israel’s growing international isolation. “Netanyahu has recently begun talking about a second Bar-Ilan speech,” said a senior Foreign Ministry official close to Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman (in the lingo of the Hebrew media this probably refers to Lieberman himself). The speech would outline an alternative to the interim agreement with the Palestinians, similar to Lieberman’s plan.

The initiative consists of establishing a Palestinian state within temporary borders on about 50% of the West Bank.

This is an awesome statement showing an attempt to contaminate another society with the illnesses of the Jewish State. So many years after Israel tricked the UN to give it independence (Israel fails even now to meet the basic conditions imposed by the UN on its sovereignty), it is attempting to create the same contraption with a Palestinian state. A state with no clear boundaries, no well-defined population, and probably even without a Constitution; in other words a Palestinian replica of the State of Israel, for the shame of humanity. Another make-believe fake solution to real problems; another attempt of the Deep Pocket Families to bury the peoples heads in the sands of the Middle Eastern Deserts while enriching themselves with the Business of War.

No, thank you, Mr Netanyahu – proud heir to the Mishpaha Lohemet – please skip your speech, we prefer our freedoms.

The Middle East peace process is in danger of falling victim to the revolutionary tide sweeping the Arab world, foreign secretary William Hague has warned.

Speaking on an emergency tour of the region, Mr Hague also urged Israel to tone down its “belligerent” language in the wake of the uprisings which have spread from Tunisia to Egypt and beyond.

The intervention came as the situation in Egypt intensified, with thousands of protesters again on the streets of Cairo demanding President Hosni Mubarak‘s immediate departure.

In an interview with The Times en route to Jordan, Mr Hague said: “Amidst the opportunity for countries like Tunisia and Egypt, there is a legitimate fear that the Middle East peace process will lose further momentum and be put to one side, and will be a casualty of uncertainty in the region.”

He added: “Part of the fear is that uncertainty and change will complicate the process still further. That means there is a real urgency for the Israelis and the United States.

“Recent events mean this is an even more urgent priority and that’s a case we are putting to the Israeli Government and in Washington.”

Mr Hague responded to pronouncements by Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been urging his nation to prepare for “any outcome” and vowing to “reinforce the might of the state of Israel”.

“This should not be a time for belligerent language,” the Foreign Secretary said. “It’s a time to inject greater urgency into the Middle East peace process.”

Despite two weeks of steadfast pressure, Egyptian protesters have not achieved their goal of ousting Mr Mubarak.

Yesterday, thousands of civilians – including about 5,000 university professors and teachers – packed Cairo’s Tahrir Square to continue their demonstrations calling for the president’s removal.

In Alexandria, the country’s second largest city, 18,000 people crammed into the main square, while some 3,000 service workers for the Suez Canal also demonstrated in Suez city.

Around 8,000 people also chanted anti Mubarak slogans in the southern city of Assuit.

The beleaguered president has refused to step down, insisting on serving until elections in September.

His regime offered more concessions to the protesters in hopes of appeasing them while keeping as firm a grip on power as it possibly can.

Vice president Omar Suleiman, who is managing the crisis, offered to set up committees to propose long-sought constitutional amendments and monitor the implementation of all proposed reforms. [of course this is The Independent’s view; the reality is as we see elsewhere, that this thug is a CIA/ Mossad favorite and does what he does to appease anyone but his people!]

Mr Mubarak also ordered a probe into last week’s clashes between the protesters and government supporters as well as mass detentions of human rights activists and journalists. [another lie and tactic…]

What does one expect from a government of thugs and terrorists?

 

Israel openly opposes democracy in ME

Wed Feb 9, 2011 2:56PM

Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‘s second-in-command has strictly rejected the establishment of democracy in Egypt, alleging it could have dire consequences.

Deputy Premier Silvan Shalom said attempts at promotion of democracy in Egypt could strengthen what he called radical elements in the country, said Israeli website The Marker, a subdivision of the Ha’aretz newspaper.

He asserted, “We know that, recently in the Middle East, democratic elections have caused the accession to power of radicals like Hamas in the Gaza Strip and Hezbollah in Lebanon.”

The resistance movements, who owe their presence in the defense and political arenas to popular consensus, have invariably defended the Palestinians and Lebanese against deadly Israeli invasions.

“Think of what would happen if the radicals become dominant over Egypt and decide to close the Suez Canal,” he said.

The comments came amid popular revolution in Egypt against the country’s three-decade-long President Hosni Mubarak’s regime.

The uprising, which entered its 16th straight day on Wednesday, has been severely confronted by Egyptian security forces. More than 300 people have lost their lives since the popular movements began, reports say.

Israel has, however, supported Mubarak’s stay in power.

To prevent the revolution, Israel has also allowed Egypt to deploy troops to Sinai Peninsula despite a Tel Aviv-Cairo peace agreement, which has kept the peninsula demilitarized for decades.

US diplomatic cables, exposed by British newspaper The Telegraph on Monday, showed that Tel Aviv preferred Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman to succeed Mubarak.

Suleiman, who was appointed as VP on January 29, kept daily contact with Tel Aviv through a secret “hotline,” the cables said, and noted that he also had very good ties with Israeli figures.

HN/PKH/AKM

 

How radical indeed.. yet Israel doesn’t think that “closing off Gaza” and creating the largest Auschwitz-like detention “camp” with over 1.5 million people, is radical?

The loss of human life is unimportant to the Israelis… their record of Nazism in Palestine is proof.