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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

'Peace Now' raises Syrian flag at Jerusalem's entrance

In an interview with the al-Arabiya television network last night, part of which was broadcast on Israel's Channel 10 cable news, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert begged chinless ophthalmologist Bashar al-Assad to negotiate directly with him over the future of the Golan Heights.
In his first appearance on a major Arabic news station in over six years, Olmert, speaking in an office adorned with the blue and white Israeli flag, told his Hebrew-speaking interviewer: "Bashar Assad, you know … You know I am ready to hold direct negotiations with you and you also know that it's you who insists on speaking to the Americans. The American president says: 'I don't want to stand between Bashar Assad and Ehud Olmert. If you want to talk, sit down and talk."

Assad has "heard many things from me already," Olmert added.

When asked where he would hold such talks with Assad, Olmert said "any place he [Assad] would agree to meet," hinting that Assad would even be welcome in Jerusalem.

Channel 10 analyst Zvi Yehezkeli remarked that Al Arabiya's broadcasts are transmitted following approval from the Saudi government. He added the network was planning to follow up on Olmert's interview with interviews with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, Hamas Damascus-based leader Khaled Mashaal and eventually, Assad himself.
Syria quickly rejected Olmert's overture, saying that it would only talk through the United States. At the same time, a top Baath party official warned on Monday that Syrian 'resistance' operations against the Golan's Jewish communities would begin if Israel does not vacate the Golan by late August or early September. The Syrians have a new 'guerilla' group called the Committees for the Liberation of the Golan Heights that expects to be ready to attack at that time. This morning, WorldNetDaily reported that the Syrian government has prepared for a situation where phone lines in Damascus are knocked down by Israeli aircraft, and claims that Israel is preparing for war.

All of which inspired the traitors of 'Peace' Piece by Piece Now to raise the Syrian flag on the Jerusalem - Tel Aviv Highway this morning (see picture at top).


At 6:02 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

I would call them Shalom Never as they do not deserve to use full Hebrew in their name. If you want to give them a Hebrew name, it should be Misa Achshav (Death Now) as they want the daeath of Israel without a war (so they cannot be Milchama Achshav).


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