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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Naftali Bennett says something politically incorrect

Economics Minister Naftali Bennett has outraged the Left by comparing 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen to Yasser Arafat.
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett denounced Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday as “no different than [his predecessor] Yasser Arafat,” and that Israel would be better off annexing large swaths of the West Bank in order to safeguard its security needs.

In an interview with Israel Radio, Bennett assailed Abbas for “calling for a million martyrs to march on Jerusalem” as well as the Palestinian leader’s insistence that Israel accept the right of return of refugees who fled their homes in 1948.

The minister, who heads the pro-settler Bayit Yehudi party, also criticized American bridging proposals regarding the future of the Jordan Valley. According to Bennett, the suggestion that unmanned aerial vehicles, sensors, and sophisticated electronic surveillance equipment along Israel’s eastern border could adequately replace a physical IDF presence there to make way for a Palestinian state was “an unrealistic idea.”

In his interview with Israel Radio, Bennett reiterated his call for the annexation of Area C (the areas in the West Bank under Israeli civilian and military control) as well as other swaths of Judea and Samaria.

The Palestinians, Bennett told Israel Radio, could maintain autonomous rule in Areas A and B, but without any defense or security rights accorded to world governments.
At least someone is finally speaking the truth about Kerry's 'peace process.' Read the whole thing

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At 9:57 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Carl, my sides hurt from laughing, and it is all your fault! ;)


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