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Thursday, November 07, 2013

Kerry threatens Israel

While President Hussein Obama does all he can to help Iran go nuclear, Secretary of State John FN Kerry threatens Israel with isolation and random terror attacks unless it gives up all its defenses.
"The alternative to getting back to the talks is the potential of chaos," Kerry said. "Does Israel want a third intifada?"
The Secretary of State's warnings of a third intifada came two days after a poll conducted by the Arab World For Research & Development showed that only 29% of West Bank and Gaza Palestinians said they would support a third intifada, though 60% believe one is possible.
Kerry's dire warnings echoed comments he made in Jordan after meeting King Abdullah II, and before a second meeting in two days with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
In a signal that the three-month old talks were indeed in a troubled spot, Kerry extended his visit another day and is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday morning, for the third time since Wednesday. A meeting the two held Wednesday evening, following Kerry's first meeting with Abbas, went on past midnight, Israeli officials said.
"I believe that if we do not resolve the issues between Palestinians and Israelis, if we do not find a way to find peace, there will be an increasing isolation of Israel, three will be an increasing campaign of the de-legitimization of Israel that has been taking place on an international basis," he said in the interview..
"If we do not resolve the question of settlements, and who lives where and what rights they have; if we don't end the presence of Israeli soldiers perpetually in the West Bank, then there will be an increasing feeling that if you cannot get peace with a leadership that is committed to non-violence, we may wind up with a leadership that is committed to violence," he added.
In a press conference alongside Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh in Amman on Thursday, Kerry reiterated this theme.  "What is the alternative to peace?" he asked. "
Prolonged continued conflict. The absence of peace really means you have a sort of low-grade conflict, war."
It sounds like Kerry wants another intifada, because he believes that it will force Israel to make concessions it would not otherwise make. Well, he underestimates our resolve. 

And by the way, this kind of talk is really going to encourage the 'Palestinians' to be flexible, isn't it?

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At 1:10 AM, Blogger free` said...

From the article; "if you cannot get peace with a leadership that is committed to non-violence, we may wind up with a leadership that is committed to violence," ------ I wonder which leadership he is talking about? The only leadership that wants no violence is Israel. If he is talking about the PA leadership, not only is Israel screwed but so is the USA. How stupid are the people in charge of our country?

At 1:16 AM, Blogger InMemoryOf Yossi said...

Truthfully, that statement alone should be enough for Israel to walk away. This whole thing is a farce.

I guess the ladies throwing rocks is not considered violence. Yet if you tried to do that to Kerry, you better believe you be behind bars. Jewish blood is always so cheap.

We need Moshiach NOW!

At 3:09 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Right now, we need congressional action immediately to de-fund the Palestinian Authority if they threaten, encourage or provide support to, a Third Intifada.

This would be the right way to support negotiations between Israel and the PA. What is AIPAC doing on this?

Could you encourage this idea?

At 3:31 AM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

Reported by AP and Politico: As of today Kerry is officially part of the delegation 'negotiating' Iran's nuclear weapons program.

That's it then, Iran's getting some nukes.


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