What a balls up

By Real Real Zionist
September 22, 2011

What a balls up Obama is history

"The tone of the two leaders' speeches will be set in part by Barack Obama's address on Wednesday, which was strongly praised by Israel but has been met with widespread criticism among UN delegations, many of whom regard it as a piece of electioneering as the US president seeks to defuse Republican criticism that he has not backed Israel strongly enough.

Critics said the tone of the American president's remarks, and his failure to speak directly about occupation or mention the continued construction of Jewish settlements, added weight to a call by the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, for an end to US domination of mediation in the conflict"



Fri, 09/23/2011 - 13:40

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Critics who precisely?

For once Mr Obama got it right pity he didn't do it earlier and this whole fiasco - for that is what is - would have been avoided.

The failure by the Arabs to recognize Israel as the State of the Jewish People while expecting israel to acknowledge a fictitious people and the fictitious right to land which never in all history belonged to them coupled with their indoctrination of their children to hate not only Israel but Jews too are the real reasons why there is no progress - the settlements do not hamper a resolution. Did the existence of Arabs living in Haifa, Jaffa etc prevent israel setting up a state where all citizens enjoy equal rights why should a few Jews living in Judea and Samaria prevent the Palestinians from setting up - that is if their intentions are peaceful co-existence - a state where all citizens Arabs and Jews have equal rights?

Furthermore the refusal to allows Jews to live in this new State on land to which Jews have a close connexion displays racism of the worst kind.

Please direct me to the call by Mr Sarkozy to end American domination of mediation in the conflict.

In fact is it not the truth that what Mr Sarkozy actually said was:

“Let us cease our endless debates on the parameters and let us being negotiations and adopt a precise and ambitious timetable, Sixty years without moving one centimeter forward, doesn’t that suggest that we should change the method and the scheduling here? Let’s have one month to resume discussions, six months to find agreement on borders and security, one year to reach a definitive agreement”

Ben F

Fri, 09/23/2011 - 15:40

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That isnt all that he said


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