Wednesday, April 11, 2007

ISRAEL DOESN'T WANT PEACE

US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi was lied to by Israeli PM Olmert about his alleged "peace" offer to Syria The only "peace" Israel wants is: a piece of Jordan; a piece of Syria; a piece of Saudi Arabia; a piece of Iraq and a piece of Lebanon.
How can the most vicious, war mongering nation on the earth--Israel--truly know anything about peace?



Israel doesn't want peace


By Gideon Levy


The moment of truth has arrived, and it has to be said: Israel does not want peace. The arsenal of excuses has run out, and the chorus of Israeli rejection already rings hollow. Until recently, it was still possible to accept the Israeli refrain that "there is no partner" for peace and that "the time isn't right" to deal with our enemies. Today, the new reality before our eyes leaves no room for doubt and the tired refrain that "Israel supports peace" has been left shattered.

It's hard to determine when the breaking point occurred. Was it the absolute dismissal of the Saudi initiative? The refusal to acknowledge the Syrian initiative? Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's annual Passover interviews? The revulsion at the statements made by Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, in Damascus, alleging that Israel was ready to renew peace talks with Syria?

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/846420.html

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