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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mofaz thinks he's going to get 'Palestinians' to negotiate without preconditions

Kadima leader Shaul Mofaz is currently in Washington and is making some awfully bold statements.
Vice Premier Shaul Mofaz said Thursday morning that he believed Israeli-Palestinian peace talks would be renewed soon without preconditions.

Speaking to Israel Radio from Washington, Mofaz said that "I believe that there is an opportunity to restart negotiations. I have a firm basis for believing this will happen in the near future."


In his interview with Israel Radio, Mofaz said that the Palestinians preconditions have become an obstacle, and that the upcoming negotiations must and will be restarted "without any preconditions."

"Over the past three years the Palestinians have been placing preconditions on restarting the negotiations, and Israel and the US were mistaken in allowing them to do so," Mofaz said.
Someone needs to tell Mofaz that Israel did not allow the 'Palestinians' to impose preconditions, the US did. Mofaz also needs to know that if God forbid Obama is reelected, those preconditions are likely to remain and there will be an awful lot of additional pressure to accede to them.

Maybe Mofaz needs to get his facts straight before he opens his mouth.

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At 9:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shaul Mofaz is living proof that dodos aren't extinct.


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