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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Ramon advised the 'Palestinians' not to negotiate with Netanyahu

People in Israel are afraid to be heard.

Someone got onto Israel Radio's morning talk program on Thursday morning and claimed in a disguised voice (sounded credible) to have overheard a meeting between Kadima (main opposition party) number 3 Chaim Ramon and 'Palestinian' chief negotiator bottle washer Saeb Erekat. In the meeting in a hotel lobby, Ramon advised Erekat not to go to direct negotiations with the Netanyahu government because Netanyahu won't give him anything anyway.

Ramon is denying that the meeting took place, but says he meets with representatives of the 'Palestinian Authority' all the time.

Erekat is denying that the meeting took place, but says that he meets with Israeli politicians all the time.

I would bet that the meeting took place and that the person on the radio reported it accurately.

We really do need a Logan Act in Israel.


At 3:52 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The notion being the world will force Israel to give the Palestinians anyway what the latter can't get at the negotiating table.

And the Palestinians have no reason to negotiate if they'll get a state on a silver platter in the end anyway without having to recognize and make peace with Israel.

All they have to do is wait for the diplomatic explosion to happen in September and wait for the world to renew pressure on Israel to give them what they want. I think Haim Ramon is right even though he's a convicted rapist. And isn't that what he wants to see the world do to Israel? You have to wonder where Kadima's loyalties really lie.

What could go wrong indeed


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