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Friday, July 30, 2010

US giving away the show behind Israel's back?

Here's a disturbing report about some of the things the United States has promised Egypt (which come on top of what it has promised the 'Palestinians').
A spokesperson for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Wednesday night that the United States had assured him in a phone call that direct talks between Israel and Palestinian Authority would begin soon. U.S. President Barack Obama told Mubarak that the U.S. was committed to the direct talks as a way to resolve the Middle East conflict.

The spokesperson said that Obama had made several “guarantees” to Mubarak on the subject, but did not specify what they were. In addition, he said, Mubarak received a letter signed by Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “signaling” the commitment of the United States to the establishment of an Arab state in Judea and Samaria.
What could go wrong?


At 2:32 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The US cannot make any guarantees that would bind Israel. No negotiations can take place without Israel's consent. Whether the Palestinians received guarantees is open to question but I do not think Israel would agree to fulfill them.

At 3:18 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - the Jews seem all too willing to buy the same discredited Oslo offers over and over and over again - if they could find a buyer to take them on the other side. Which brings us to a discussion Moshe Feiglin had with his car mechanic. And the irony of Israel's dilemma can be captured in a billboard paid for by the Yesha Council that said:

"This Time, We'll Wake Up on Time."

Yeah, really. There's lot more here:

Read it all

At 3:48 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Carl.
I've said it before Obama has his own plan for Israel.And as he said himself he will "Impose" a solution on Israel.I see in the future Nato (Turkish)troops patrolling Jerusalem streets.

At 6:25 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Good luck with it. Foreign troops are not going to die for someone else's country and in the unlikely event a solution was imposed it would collapse almost overnight. Israel is not going to entrust its security to any one but the IDF, whether the Palestinians approve or not of the arrangement.


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