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Monday, August 29, 2011

Say it isn't so: Bibi asks for 6-month delay in Palmer Report

Channel 2 television reported on Sunday night that Prime Minister Netanyahu asked for a six-month delay in the release of the Palmer Commission Report because he believes that in six months he will be in a better position to apologize to Turkey.

The Prime Minister's office had no comment on the report.
But now, according to the Channel 2 report, Netanyahu wants even more time, saying that both because of the restraint he showed last week in response to the terrorist attack near Eilat and the continuing missiles from Gaza, coupled by the continuous cost of living protests, he was not in a strong enough position politically to issue any type of apology.

But, according to this report, he said this could change in six months time.
The Palmer Commission report is apparently strongly pro-Israel and needs to come out in full - the sooner the better. Any delays on Israel's part - especially in the hope of apologizing to that anti-Semite Erdogan and his government - are simply foolish.

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At 8:36 AM, Blogger Batya said...

I just can't understand why the State of Israel hasn't demanded that Turkey apologize for supporting the terrorism/armed invasion against Israel.

At 12:20 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Nothing will change in six months.

As Shy Guy would say, if its true, there the Stupid Jews go again!

At 1:38 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

I wonder whether the U.S. congress can get this thing released from a different direction. I can't imagine what threats the Obama posse is coming up with to pressure Bibi and the authors of the report to revise any info or conclusions that speak against what the flotilla did. It's hard to do with all the youtube video of the flotilla people chanting for dead Jews before they left the dock... I can think of a couple of people (e.g., Allen West?) who might be able to get it released or at least not changed away from any facts that may be in it.


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