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Monday, April 15, 2013

Deputy Foreign Minister slams American Jewish 'leaders'

It took way too long, but Deputy Foreign Minister Zeev Elkin has slammed the 100 American Jewish 'leaders' who wrote that letter to the Prime Minister nearly two weeks ago urging concessions to the 'Palestinians' for 'peace.' This is from the first link.
The letter, initiated by the Israel Policy Forum, came in the wake of US President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel last month. It called upon Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to work closely with US Secretary of State John Kerry to devise pragmatic initiatives, consistent with Israel’s security needs, which would represent Israel’s readiness to make painful territorial sacrifices for the sake of peace.

“The first and foremost responsibility of the government must be the security of the citizens and guaranteeing a safe future for Israel,” Elkin said in an interview with Ma’ariv.

“Pressure from overseas must not guide the prime minister in how he carefully administers the diplomatic process.”

Elkin, who lives in Kfar Eldad, a settlement in Gush Etzion, came out strongly against the two-state solution in the interview.
Very good, but way too long in coming. 

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At 10:55 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

If Min. Elkin slams the U.S. Jewish leaders, who are backing the Obama Progressive Democrat juggernaut, then he also should slam those who are accepting Obama Progressive Democrat Green $lu$h. Can't be against the U.S. side advocating for the progressives, while being silent about the Israeli's who may be advocating for the progressives by participating in the Gaia bankrupting of the U.S. (which is based on discredited narrative). Please speak out against that also, before the rural poor in the U.S. start having rolling brownouts, etc.


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