Monday, December 27, 2010

NO Hope For Middle Eastern Peace Now: Criminal Israeli Foreign Minister Says Peace Is "Impossible"

Well, readers, I have been saying it for a very long time that "peace" between the Israelis and the Palestinians has always been totally impossible because Israel absolutely does not want peace because they want only territory!  It has always been the sick twisted Zionist dream that these criminals will have all of Palestine, and in fact ALL of the territory between the Tigris River in Iraq, and the Nile River in Egypt as their "Greater Israel"!   With that there is absolutely NO hope for the Palestinian people themselves, and it is now either fight for their rights, or die trying!

To again show exactly what the criminal Israelis are really wanting, which is absolutely not peace, I want to present the following article from the Washington Times (, where the criminal Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, is saying that a peace deal with the Palestinians is now "impossible" and that the criminal Israelis should pursue a "lesser" deal instead!   Here is that article in its entirety right here for my own readers to view and ponder:

Israeli foreign minister says peace is 'impossible'

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman (AP Photo)Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman (AP Photo)

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's foreign minister said Sunday that a peace deal with the Palestinians is impossible under current conditions and that Israel should pursue a lesser deal instead — a concept the Palestinians swiftly rejected.
The latest diplomatic spat between the two sides came as violence along the Israel-Gaza border simmered. After days of accelerated Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel and Israeli airstrikes in response, Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinians on the border early Sunday.
IsraeliForeignMinister Avigdor Lieberman told a conference of Israeli diplomats that instead of a full peace deal, Israel should seek a long-term, interim agreement on security and economic matters. Palestinians consistently have rejected that approach.
"It's not only that it is impossible" to reach an overall agreement, he said, "it is simply forbidden."
Mr. Lieberman said the West Bank's Palestinian Authority, with whom Israel has pledged to negotiate, is "not legitimate" because it has postponed elections. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' term expires next month, but there is no date for a new election.
Mr. Lieberman is known for expressing hard-line views that don't always represent Israeli Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu, who says he seeks a negotiated, final peace deal with the Palestinians but has declined to give specifics. Mr. Netanyahu's office declined repeated requests for comment.
Peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority broke down in September after an Israeli freeze on settlement construction expired.
The Palestinians say they will not negotiate as long as Israel builds homes for Jews in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, lands the Palestinians claim for a future state.
U.S. mediators have returned to indirect talks to seek a way out of the impasse.
Palestinian Authority spokesman Ghassan Khatib rejected Mr. Lieberman's comments, saying most world governments — includingIsrael's — recognize the Palestinian Authority as legitimate. He said the Palestinians would not accept an interim agreement.

"It's too late now for anything except ending the occupation and allowing for two states on the '67 borders," he said, referring to 1949 truce lines that marked the West Bank until the 1967 Mideast war, when Israel captured the territory.
Israeli Cabinet MinisterBinyamin Ben-Eliezer warned Sunday that if peace talks fail, "the whole world" is likely to recognize a sovereign Palestinian state — a development Israel would not welcome.
"Within a year, we will find ourselves in a situation where the whole world — and I wouldn't be surprised if even the United States — would support a Palestinian state," he said.
Violence again hit Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on Sunday, threatening a de-facto two-year truce.
The Israeli military said it launched an airstrike after spotting two men trying to plant explosives along the border. The Islamic Jihad militant group said two of its members died in a clash with Israeli ground troops. There was no way to immediately reconcile the two accounts.
The border has been mostly calm since Israel's Gaza war two years ago, but clashes have flared in recent weeks. On Saturday, Gaza's militant Hamas rulers warned they would escalate hostilities againstIsrael if tensions didn't subside.
Gaza's Hamas is at odds with the West Bank's Palestinian Authorityand rejects negotiations with Israel.
Also Sunday, an Israeli court said a Palestinian whom Israel is trying to ban from Jerusalem could remain while he appeals his case.
Adnan Gheith, who has led protests against Jewish settlers in his east Jerusalem neighborhood, was to remain outside of Jerusalem for four months starting Sunday evening. The military issued the ban, saying it considers him a threat to the public order.
Rights groups worry the ban, based on an obscure emergency regulation that predates Israel's establishment, could be used to target others.

NTS Notes:  More proof readers that the Israelis absolutely do not want any peace deal with the Palestinians, and are instead stalling as long as possible so that they can swallow up what is left of the West Bank region for themselves!  

My question has always been:  Why are people still putting up with these lies by these criminals?   It is so obvious that they absolutely do not want any Palestinian state, because all these liars want is territory for their sick dream of a "Greater Israel"!

And BTW... I have received an email from a friend that said for me to take a look at the EYES of this criminal in the picture.  He stated to me that you can see the EVIL in some people by looking at their eyes, and at first I doubted him until I saw the eyes of this Lieberman character for myself!   Is it just me... Or does he look like he is on drugs or is demented or both?  You decide....

Sadly, the only thing left for the Palestinians now is to unilaterally declare their independence and fight for what is theirs.   Its either freedom or slavery for these proud people, and therefore there is now no other choice!

More to come


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