Sunday, September 5, 2010

Iranian President Ahmadinejad Tells It Like It Is: Mid-East Talks Are "Doomed To Fail"

We are watching a charade that is passed off as peace talks taking place between President Barry Soetoro, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Palestinian Authority Leader Mahmoud Abbas, right now.  This latest attempt to reach a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians is doomed to failure like all of the past Peace talks, because Israel definitely does not want peace, and only wants territory.  They continue to say they want peace while they continue to illegally seize more and more Palestinian territory making any chance of a cohesive Palestinian state impossible.

To further back up the facts that there can not be a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians, I found this interesting article from, where the Iranian President, Ahmadinejad, is saying that the Mid-East Peace talks are "doomed to fail", and that the only way the Palestinians can get their state is through armed resistance.  Here is that article:

Middle East peace talks are 'doomed to fail', says Ahmadinejad

Iran's president urges Palestinians to continue armed resistance against Israel at al-Quds Day rally
Ian BlackMiddle East editor,

"What do they want to negotiate about? Who are they representing? What are they going to talk about?" the hardline Iranian leader said of the Palestinian negotiating team in Washington.
"Who gave them the right to sell a piece of Palestinian land? The people of Palestine and the people of the region will not allow them to sell even an inch of Palestinian soil to the enemy. The negotiations are stillborn and doomed."
Iran supports Hamas, the Islamist Palestinian movement that controls the Gaza Strip and opposes talks by Mahmoud Abbas, the western-backed PLO leader who is based in the West Bank. Its armed wing claimed responsibility for killing four Israeli settlers near Hebron on Tuesday. Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other groups have vowed to carry out more attacks.
"The fate of Palestine is determined in Palestine and through the resistance of the Palestinian people, rather than in Washington, Paris and London," Ahmadinejad said in his live TV broadcast.
Iran's al-Quds Day event was founded in 1979 to mark the solidarity of the Islamic revolution with the Palestinians, and is held on the last Friday of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan.
Iranian state media reported that millions of people turned out in Tehran and elsewhere for al-Quds rallies. But the regime took pre-emptive measures to silence opposition supporters who have managed to exploit previous official holidays to show their defiance. The few foreign journalists based in Iran operate under severe restrictions.
Mehdi Karroubi, one of the two reformist candidates defeated by Ahmadinejad in last summer's presidential race, was prevented from joining the Tehran rally. Karroubi's website reported that Revolutionary Guardsmen and basij militiamen had surrounded his home while supporters of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader, smashed windows and beat up one of his guards.
Mir-Hossein Mousavi, leader of the defeated Green movement – who claims his victory was "stolen" by Ahmadinejad – condemned the attack. He said it proved the government's "enmity against Israel is an excuse" for attacking opposition leaders. "Karroubi and figures like him and other freedom-seekers are the real enemies of authoritarians," he said.
Iran's opposition has not managed to hold any big demonstrations in recent months. Last February, it cancelled plans for a rally on the anniversary of the 1979 revolution. Since the election, the authorities have detained thousands and tried scores on charges of fomenting unrest, with more than 80 sentenced to prison and 10 to death.
The chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces, Hassan Firouzabadi, warned meanwhile that Iran would retaliate against Israel's nuclear facility if Israel attacked its nuclear activities.
"Our developed weapons can hit any part of the Zionist regime [Israel] ... We hope not to be forced to attack their nuclear facility," Firouzabadi told the semi-official Mehr news agency.
Iran denies it intends to build nuclear weapons but is under UN sanctions to force it to stop enriching uranium.

NTS Notes:  Say what you want about Ahmadinejad, but he is telling it exactly like it is.   There can never be hope for peace between Israel and the Palestinians because Zionist Israel does not want peace at all.  They want territory, which means they want all of Palestine for themselves, and would rather see a mass expulsion of the Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip just like the original expulsion of the Palestinians when Israel was formed in 1948!

Lets not kid ourselves here.  The only real hope for the Palestinians, and the only way that there can ever be peace is by a real change of policies, or government in Israel,  and the immediate evacuation of the illegal settlers from the West Bank region.  I doubt if that will ever happen though.  Therefore, as I have said before, the Palestinians have no choice but to resist and fight back to get their own rights and their own state.  If they do not fight back then they will either be expelled or forced to live an "apartheid" existence in walled ghettos for the rest of their lives.

More to come


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