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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Ban Ki-Moon calls for Israel to make unilateral concessions

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has once again called upon Israel to bribe the 'Palestinians' to return to the negotiating table.
On the day before arriving in Israel from Jordan, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to give the Palestinians some “goodwill gestures” so the low-level talks that began in Amman last month will continue.

“Of course, it will also be required that the Palestinian Authorities come to [the] dialogue table,” he said Tuesday after meeting in Amman with Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh.
But for once, Israel may not be willing to make the concessions one-sided.
Israeli government officials said that within the framework of negotiations, Israel would be willing to engage in reciprocal gestures with the Palestinians and that there was currently a discussion at senior echelons as to what gestures Israel would put into a package.

The Palestinian Authority is seeking the release of high-profile Fatah prisoners, but the officials said Israel was looking primarily at what steps it could take in the “economic sphere” to improve the situation in the West Bank. While they said the Palestinian economy was among the fastest growing in the world, it slowed down last year and these steps would be aimed at trying to make the economy there more dynamic.

Israel is not expected to immediately announce any gestures to the PA, but is likely to announce the approval of a number of infrastructure, education and housing projects in Gaza to coincide with Ban’s visit there on Thursday morning.

Ban is expected to view UN projects there but not to meet with any Hamas officials.
There's only one country in this region that is better off economically than the 'Palestinians' and that's Israel because - unlike the others - we work for it. But don't expect the 'Palestinians' to acknowledge that.

What could go wrong?

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At 5:31 PM, Blogger Arnold Handelman said...

How about some Palestinian unilateral goodwill gestures: stop their continuous program of fostering hate against Jews. The Grand Mufti's comments should be retracted. The terrorists who brutally slaughtered most of an Israeli family of civilians, should not be praised publicly as heroes. Any civilized group would be ashamed of such despicable murders. Let the Palestinians become human and not beasts, as a concession to Israel,and Israel may well be able to reciprocate with some concessions of its own.


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