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Wednesday, July 04, 2012

How the British Foreign Office really feels about Netanyahu and 'Palestinian' incitement

I am sure that none of you will be surprised to hear how the British Foreign Office really feels about Prime Minister Netanyahu and 'Palestinian' incitement.
While British Prime Minister David Cameron publicly calls the UK a ‘strong friend of Israel’ – previously redacted documents marked “RESTRICTED” by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office have placed fresh doubts over whether Britain is as firm an ally as the Prime Minister has previously suggested.

Research papers and e-mail correspondence from within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office were supposedly redacted, however staff who compiled responses to freedom of information requests had seemingly failed to properly secure the information before it was released.

The text, which was then uncovered by TaxPayers’ Alliance Founder Matthew Elliott, reveals information about the FCO approach to Benjamin Netanyahu and the wider Middle East peace process.

Of specific interest is a document called “Research Paper FINAL” in which the following lines had previously been redacted by British Government officials:

Netanyahu has a history of using the incitement issue as a delaying tactic in peace talks.”


“The history of this issue suggests that Netanyahu administrations have a tendency to charge the PA/PLO with incitement as a delaying tactic in peace talks.”


The redactions also state that Netanyahu is a “strong opponent of the Oslo Accords” despite his public support for a two-state solution.
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At 11:34 PM, Blogger Matt said...

We don't call Her Majesty's Foreign Office the Camel Corp for nothing. It's staffed by hypocrites choking on oil.


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