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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Déc - 04:48 (2014)    Sujet du message: ARAB LEAGUE JOINS PA BID FOR UNITED NATIONS TIMELINE ON ISRAELI PULLOUT TO PRE-1967 LINES Répondre en citant


December 02, 2014 | KHALED ABU TOAMEH 


Arab foreign ministers decided on Saturday to support the Palestinian Authority’s plan to seek a UN Security Council resolution calling for a full Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital.

The decision followed a meeting of the ministers in Cairo to discuss the latest developments in the region and PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s plan to seek a Security Council resolution that sets a timeline for Israel’s pullout and the creation of a Palestinian state.

Abba said that if he does not receive answers from Israel regarding his demand to resume the peace talks on the basis of the pre-1967 lines by the end of the day on Saturday, he would proceed with his statehood bid at the Security Council and join international organizations and treaties, including the International Criminal Court.

The Arab ministers said that the Arab countries would present a draft resolution to the Security Council that includes the PA demands for a withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines.

However, the ministers did not say when the draft resolution would be presented to the council.

However, they said that they would continue to hold consultations with all members of the Security Council, as well as various international parties, to win their backing for the proposed resolution.

The Arab League ministers also reiterated their opposition to Israel’s demand to be recognized as a Jewish state.

Abbas attended Saturday’s meeting in Cairo. He threatened to proceed with his statehood bid at the Security Council unless the peace talks with Israel are revived.

“Israel does not know where its borders are and is refusing to define them,” Abbas said. “We will present an Arab plan to the Security Council calling for the establishment of a Palestinian state. All indications are that US mediation efforts to revive the peace talks have failed.”

He said that the PA had asked US Secretary of State John Kerry to work together to draft the resolution that would be presented to the Security Council. The PA also asked Kerry to put pressure on Israel to stop settlement construction and release more Palestinian prisoners, Abbas added.

Abbas warned that if the Palestinian move at the Security Council is thwarted, “we would move toward defining our relations with Israel by halting security coordination and asking the occupation to assume its responsibilities [toward the Palestinian population].”

The US is expected to use its veto power in the Security Council to block the Palestinian resolution. It has spoken in favor of the resumption of direct negotiations as the sole path to solving the Israeli Palestinian conflict.

The Prime Minister’s Office would not comment on Abbas’ request to resume talks based on the pre-1967 lines. But in the past, Netanyahu has rejected that language.

An Israeli official said, “Abbas always wants to talk about the borders of the future Palestinian state, but refuses to answer the fundamental questions. Will the Palestinian state recognize the Jewish state? Will he agree to demilitarization? Will he end incitement to hatred against Israel?” The Israeli official added, “By avoiding these essential questions, he makes a serious discussions of the borders impossible. These issues are intertwined. He cannot just chose the ones that he is comfortable discussing.”

The official warned any Palestinian decision to unilaterally seek statehood recognition or to turn to the International Criminal Court “could be highly destabilizing.”

With respect to Abbas’s threats to end the PA’s security cooperation with Israel, the official said that both sides benefit from the relationship.

The official noted that, just two months ago, Israeli security forces had uncovered a Hamas plot against Abbas.

In Cairo on Saturday, Abbas told the emergency meeting of Arab foreign ministers, “We are no longer able to live with the status quo. We have no choice but to internationalize the Palestinian cause.”

He also reiterated the Palestinians’ refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.

“We recognize the State of Israel, but we won’t recognize a Jewish state at all,” Abbas stressed. “If Israel wants to change its name, it should go to the UN. This is its business.”


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Déc - 04:51 (2014)    Sujet du message: ABBAS PRESENTS 'PLAN OF ATTACK' FOR PALESTINIAN STATE Répondre en citant


December 03, 2014 | Dalit Halevy, Tova Dvorin  

More details have been released regarding Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's speech to the Arab League on Saturday revealing that Abbas has concocted a comprehensive plan to flatten Israel politically and bypass the need for bilateral negotiations to establish a Palestinian state.

Abbas's plan includes approaching the UN Security Council with a draft resolution to establish the state in Judea and Samaria, over 1949 Armistice lines - as he has threatened to do before.

However, the details of the plan include a specific "plan of attack" against Israel, as follows:

To turn to the UN Security Council with the draft resolution for a Palestinian state, with its capital in Jerusalem. 

To add the "State of Palestine" to international bodies and organizations, including the International Criminal Court (ICC), and file charges against Israel. Abbas noted here that Israel has preceded him in this regard, a reference to litigation filed against him by rights group Shurat Hadin over war crimes he and the Palestinian Authority perpetuated during Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, by virtue of the PA's unity pact with Hamas.

Preparation of an international meeting in Geneva to officially declare a Palestinian State on 1949 Armistice Line borders.

Calls on countries who have not yet recognized the PA-Hamas government as the country "Palestine" to do so. This aspect of the plan follows the recent declaration by three separate Western countries (Sweden, the UK, and Spain) whose parliaments have recognized "Palestine," and ahead of a controversial vote on the issue by a fourth (France). 

Abbas is indeed moving forward with plans to turn to the Security Council with a resolution setting a deadline for Israel to “end the occupation”, a unilateral move that is in violation of the Oslo Accords. The move has been accompanied by public threats, with Abbas having recently threatened to cut ties with Israel if his latest unilateral move at the UN fails.

However, this may be the first time that Abbas has revealed the full extent of his scheme to play the political system in the PA's favor and flaunt his ability to do so regardless of the Oslo Accords and other tenets of international law. 

Abbas justified this in Cairo Saturday by noting at the end of his speech that, in his opinion, Israel "is no longer a peace partner" and that he intends to internationalize the Palestinian "cause" in accordance with his political action plan. 

He further said that he demanded that the United States and its Secretary of State John Kerry work together with him to not only pressure Israel to stop “settlement construction" via the UN resolution, but also to schedule the fourth release of Palestinian terrorists, withdraw the IDF from "islands" of Jewish communities in Judea-Samaria, and restart peace talks to legitimize the PA's seizure of land Israel liberated in the Six-Day War. 

He added that if the Security Council does not approve the draft resolution to be submitted soon about setting a date for the establishment of a Palestinian state, the Palestinians intend to redefine their relations with Israel, and in this context to halt security coordination and transfer the responsibility for control of Judea and Samaria to Israel as "an occupying power." 

Abbas then took the time to praise the Palestinians who "struggle against the Occupation" - including terrorists, who he praised as "the pure martyrs" and "wounded heroes." 

The Arab League applauded Abbas's speech, and declared their support for his agenda at the end of his address. 


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Déc - 17:41 (2014)    Sujet du message: LA BELGIQUE SE PREPARE A RECONNAITRE L'ETAT PALESTINIEN Répondre en citant


déc 04, 2014
Communiqué de presse de Belgium stands with Israel

C’est dans la consternation la plus totale que nous avons pris connaissance ce mercredi matin, dans le journal « Le Soir », que la Chambre des Représentants va demander au gouvernement fédéral de reconnaître la Palestine comme Etat et sujet de droit international.

Au lendemain du vote de l’Assemblée nationale française invitant le gouvernement et donc, au Président de la République, à reconnaître la Palestine en tant qu’État, et alors que le gouvernement fédéral belge avait encore précisé ces derniers jours, qu’une reconnaissance d’un « État palestinien » n’était pas à l’ordre du jour, mais que la volonté était d’obtenir un consensus européen, Belgium Stands With Israël déplore et regrette amèrement ce revirement de situation, soudain, précipité, inadéquat et maladroit et en appelle donc les députés belges à la raison, à la réflexion, et à la temporisation.

Nous estimons qu’il ne peut y avoir de reconnaissance d’État palestinien que de façon mutuelle, c’est-à-dire, à condition que les Palestiniens eux-mêmes reconnaissent à Israël le droit à l’existence, à sa sécurité, et à sa pérennité en tant qu’État juif, en vertu de la résolution 181 de l’ONU.

Une autre question se pose : qu’en est-il de la Bande de Gaza ? Ce territoire dirigé par le Hamas, mouvement terroriste, reconnu comme tel par l’Union Européenne, les USA et le Canada. Fera-il partie de l’État palestinien en voie de reconnaissance par le gouvernement fédéral belge ? Dans le préambule de la charte du Hamas, il est mentionné qu’ « Israël existe et continuera à exister jusqu’à ce que l’islam l’abroge comme il a abrogé ce qui l’a précédé » … et dans son article 13 de cette même charte « Il n’y aura de solution à la cause palestinienne que par le jihad » ! Cette volonté horrible, ce dessein diabolique, qui fait froid dans le dos, ce projet qui n’est rien d’autre que celui d’une seconde Shoah est inqualifiable, inacceptable, et doit être condamné, évité !

Alors que l’Egypte, pays limitrophe du territoire palestinien de Gaza construit une zone tampon, un « no man’s land » d’un kilomètre de large avec Gaza en évacuant des maisons, coupant des arbres et détruisant des tunnels de contrebande. Ces tunnels, selon l’Egypte, sont utilisés par les Palestiniens pour perpétrer des attaques contre l’armée égyptienne ainsi que livrer des armes aux islamistes dans le Sinaï. Le gouvernement belge, partie prenante de la coalition internationale contre l’État Islamique, Daesh, serait-il sur le point de reconnaître un mouvement terroriste, comme « État et Sujet de droit international », tel qu’il est mentionné dans la motion de reconnaissance ?

« Belgium Stands with Israël » estime que cette reconnaissance, plutôt que d’apaiser les tensions, ne fera qu’aggraver la situation en Israël et dans les Territoires palestiniens. C’est aussi un mauvais signal envoyé aux terroristes islamistes qui confirme le bien-fondé de leurs actions meurtrières à Jérusalem et Tel-Aviv ces dernières semaines. « La fin justifierait bien les moyens », donc !

Par cette reconnaissance précipitée, non négociée qui enterrerait définitivement les accords d’Oslo, nous craignions également, l’intensification des actes antisémites en Europe et la poursuite de la précarité de la condition, de la sécurité des juifs de la diaspora. Nul n’ignore qu’en Europe beaucoup de personnes font l’amalgame malheureux entre Etat israélien et juifs européens, entre antisémitisme et anti-sionisme ! Inutile de rappeler les tragédies, les tueries à l’école juive de Toulouse et plus récemment, au Musée juif de Bruxelles. Outre le risque d’assassinats, nous constatons une libération de la parole antisémite et la multiplication d’activités antisémites sous toutes ses formes (agressions, menaces, insultes, discrimination, tags et graffitis, sur base de l’apparence, du symbole, même discret comme une kippa, ou du nom de famille).

Nous appelons chaque Ministre, chaque Député à la raison, à la réflexion, afin de bien mesurer l’impact de cet acte de reconnaissance. Nous interpellons également le Ministre des Affaires Etrangères à user de toute la diplomatie afin que le calme revienne dans les Territoires palestiniens et en Israël, sans nécessairement voter cette résolution précipitée, inconsciente et démagogique.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 4 Déc - 17:44 (2014)    Sujet du message: MANIF DEVANT L'ASSEMBLEE NATIONALE CONTRE LA RECONNAISSANCE DE L'ETAT PALESTINIEN Répondre en citant


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MessagePosté le: Mar 9 Déc - 00:47 (2014)    Sujet du message: MODERATE ARAB LEADERS WANT PEACE WITH ISRAEL, KERRY SAYS Répondre en citant


Moderate arab league dosen't exist. They're an army for the Jesuit Pope to achieve the goals of the Papacy. Don't buy the lie of this Jesuit agent.

Secretary of state says fight against terror opening up new possibilities, urges two-state solution, defends nuclear talks with Iran

By Times of Israel staff, AP and AFP December 7, 2014, 9:52 pm

US Secretary of State John Kerry addresses the Saban Forum, December 7, 2014 (Saban Forum screenshot)

Moderate leaders in Arab states across the Middle East have expressed a willingness to promote PEACE with Israel and to stand up against extremist factions in the region, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday, adding that Arab countries were eager to cooperate with Israel on a wide array of economic and agricultural issues.

Kerry also said progress had been made in PEACE TALKS last year between the Israelis and the Palestinians, but lamented that conditions were not yet ripe for new peace negotiations, particularly due to heightened tensions between Israel and the Palestinians that have led to an unprecedented amount of frustration.

Kerry said Arab leaders had told him they were ready to make peace with Israel and to join together to fight terror.

“We’re seeing potential emergence of a new regional alignment uniting countries with little in common but shared aversion to extremism,” he told the Brookings Institution’s 11th annual Saban Forum in Washington.

Speaking before Kerry in a prerecorded message, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that cooperation between Israel and moderate Arab states in the fight against Islamic extremism could “open the door to PEACE” between Israel and the Palestinians. He said, however, that the Palestinian leadership must end incitement against Israel if that is to occur.

“The collapse of the old order has made clear to pragmatic Arab governments that Israel is not the enemy,” Netenyahu said.

Kerry noted that common cause against extremists was already “making steady measurable progress” against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.

Netanyahu also slammed Palestinian incitement and said Ramallah had ended peace talks, but Kerry said that the achievement of a two-state solution for the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict was essential in order to advance stability in the region, and would ultimately ensure that Israel remain both Jewish and democratic.

“The US flat out rejects the notion that Israeli-Palestinian PEACE is a pipe dream,” said Kerry. “We know Israel has to be strong to make peace, we also know that PEACE will make Israel stronger.”

The secretary of state pledged that the United States would not interfere in the coming Israeli elections, but said that brokering an Israeli-Palestinian peace remained a priority.

“The two-state solution is the only chance to keep Israel secure, Jewish and democratic; there is no one-state alternative,” he continued, adding that the status quo between Israel and the Palestinians was “not sustainable.”

The secretary of state further said that while the US commitment to Israel’s security remains “ironclad,” and the bilateral security cooperation between the two countries has “never been stronger,” nevertheless the US believes Israel should take steps to curb settlement activity in the West Bank.

“The settlements are undermining prospects for peace and isolating Israel in the international community,” he continued.

Kerry said that Israeli and Palestinian leaders must engage in peace talks once again, and added that negotiations — rather than unilateral moves — were key to solving the conflict. He also urged Palestinian leaders to work towards eliminating all instances of incitement in the local media.

‘Not an inch of daylight’ on Iran

Kerry went on to defend the extension of talks between the P5+1 world powers and Iran over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

“Many voices had claimed we had made a tragic mistake,” Kerry said, describing events a year ago after the terms of the negotiations were outlined. Now, he said, by reducing Iran’s enrichment output, Israel and the world are safer.

“Iran has lived up to every commitment” of the interim deal, Kerry continued, but added that “we have no intention of negotiating forever.” He stressed that the Obama administration would never allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.

“President Barack Obama has never wavered — Iran will not get nuclear weapons,” he said.

Kerry stressed that the US, as Israel, believed that “no deal is preferable to a bad deal,” but added that negotiations were most effective in preventing Iran from reaching nuclear weapons capabilities.

In his address, Netanyahu said Israel had played a critical role in stopping a deal with Iran on reining in its nuclear program from going ahead last month.

The deal would have “effectively left Iran as a threshold nuclear power,” he told the Washington think-tank in his recorded speech. “Even though Israel isn’t part of the P5+1, our voice and our concerns played a critical role in preventing a bad deal.”

Kerry acknowledged differences between Israel and the United States on how to approach Iran, but stressed that the two countries’ goals are the same.

“While we may disagree on tactics from time to time, when it comes to the core strategic goal — no nuclear weapons — there is not an inch of daylight between the United States and the State of Israel,” he claimed.

Kerry maintained that the interim nuclear accord with Iran is holding and that fears that the Iranians would cheat have proven to be unfounded thus far. He said new ideas on how to achieve a more durable agreement have been presented and that it was his hope that the late-March target for a framework would be met, with little need for further talks.

“We have no intention of negotiating forever,” Kerry said. “Absent measurable progress, who knows how much longer this could go on.”

But, he also stressed the importance of sealing a deal that keeps Iran from having nuclear weapons.

“If we succeed in reaching an agreement, the entire world, including Israel, will be safer for it,” he said.

Raphael Ahren, Adiv Sterman and JTA contributed to this report.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 14 Déc - 03:42 (2014)    Sujet du message: IRELAND TO ACCEPT MOTION RECOGNIZING 'PALESTINE' Répondre en citant


Irish government expected to accept a motion proposed by the opposition calling on parliament to recognize “Palestine” as a state.

By Ben Ariel
First Publish: 12/10/2014, 12:16 AM

The Irish government is expected to accept a motion to be proposed by the opposition calling on parliament to recognize “Palestine” as a state, Reuters reports.

The decision follows the passing of a motion in Ireland's upper house in October calling on the government to formally recognize a Palestinian state.

Members of parliament in the lower house are due to discuss the motion proposed by the opposition Sinn Fein party later on Tuesday and on Wednesday, according to Reuters. A government spokesman said it will not oppose the bill, meaning MPs will not be required to vote.

The motion calls on the government to "officially recognize the State of Palestine, on the basis of the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as the capital, as established in UN resolutions, as a further positive contribution to securing a negotiated two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

It also recognizes that "continued Israeli settlement construction and extension activities in the West Bank, is illegal and severely threatening the establishment of a viable Palestinian state."

The discussion in Ireland follows several similar moves made by other countries in Europe.

British lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on October 13 in favor of a non-binding motion to "recognize the state of Palestine"; Sweden announced on October 30 it officially recognized the state of "Palestine"; and several weeks ago, Spanish lawmakers adopted a motion calling on the government to recognize a Palestinian state.

A similar vote is planned in Belgium, where legislators are working on a resolution to recognize a Palestinian state, though the government said last week any timing to proceed will depend on European Union action.

The Palestinian Authority (PA), meanwhile, is busy promoting its own unilateral move at the United Nations, which would impose a timetable for Israel's withdrawal Judea and Samaria.

The PA's chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said Tuesday that the plan is to pass the resolution at the Security Council by the end of the year.

"We are at the (UN) Security Council now, today. We are continuing our consultation. We want a Security Council resolution that will preserve the two-state solution," Erekat told foreign journalists gathered near the Judean city of Bethlehem.  "We want a specific time frame to end the occupation."

"We're being helped a great deal in the Security Council by many nations," he added, referring to the recent votes in Europe in favor of recognizing "Palestine" as a state.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 14 Déc - 04:26 (2014)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : LA LISTE COMPLETE DES SENATEURS QUI ONT VOTE EN FAVEUR DE L'ETAT TERRORISTE DES PALESTINIENS Répondre en citant


Chacun joue le jeu, mais tous sont soumis aux Jésuites et au Vatican. Le but : faire croire qu'il existe une démocratie.

 déc 12, 2014

Jeudi 11 décembre, le Sénat français a adopté la proposition de résolution sur la reconnaissance de l’État de Palestine présentée, en application de l’article 34-1 de la Constitution, par Gilbert ROGER, Éliane ASSASSI, Esther BENBASSA, Didier GUILLAUME et Jean-Vincent PLACÉ et plusieurs de leurs collègues par 153 voix contre 146.


Groupe Union pour un Mouvement Populaire – UMP –  (143)

Pour : 4 – M. Michel Bouvard, Mme Caroline Cayeux, MM. François Grosdidier, Jean-Pierre Vial
Contre : 124
Abstentions : 8 – MM. René Danesi, Michel Fontaine, Mme Joëlle Garriaud-Maylam, MM. Jacques Legendre, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, Philippe Marini, Alain Milon, Jean-Pierre Raffarin
N’ont pas pris part au vote : 7 – M. Gérard Larcher, Président du Sénat, MM. Alain Chatillon, Bernard Fournier, Alain Joyandet, Mmes Fabienne Keller, Élisabeth Lamure, M. Claude Malhuret

Groupe socialiste et apparentés (112)

Pour : 106
Abstentions : 2 – MM. Luc Carvounas, Simon Sutour
N’ont pas pris part au vote : 4 – Mme Nicole Bricq, MM. Gérard Collomb, Jean-Pierre Masseret
M. Jean-Marc Todeschini, membre du Gouvernement

Groupe Union des Démocrates et Indépendants – UC (42)

Pour : 7 – M. Michel Canevet, Mmes Nathalie Goulet, Sylvie Goy-Chavent, MM. Pierre Jarlier, Aymeri de Montesquiou, Christian Namy, Henri Tandonnet
Contre : 17
Abstentions : 9 – MM. Daniel Dubois, Vincent Dubois, Jean-Marc Gabouty, Mmes Françoise Gatel, Anne-Catherine Loisier, MM. Jean-François Longeot, Jean-Claude Luche, Mme Catherine Morin-Desailly, M. Yves Pozzo di Borgo
N’ont pas pris part au vote : 9 – Mme Annick Billon, M. Jean-Léonce Dupont, Mmes Jacqueline Gourault, Teura Iriti, M. Jean-Jacques Lasserre, Mme Valérie Létard, MM. Pierre Médevielle, Gérard Roche, Jean-Marie Vanlerenberghe

Groupe communiste républicain et citoyen (18)
Pour : 18

Groupe du Rassemblement Démocratique et Social Européen (13)
Pour : 8
Contre : 2 – MM. Gilbert Barbier, Philippe Esnol
Abstentions : 3 – MM. Joseph Castelli, François Fortassin, Jean-Claude Requier

Groupe écologiste (10)

Pour : 10

Sénateurs ne figurant sur la liste d’aucun groupe (9)

Contre : 3
Abstentions : 2 – Mme Mireille Jouve, M. Robert Navarro
N’ont pas pris part au vote : 4 – MM. Philippe Adnot, Jean Louis Masson, David Rachline, Stéphane Ravier
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Vincent Capo-CanellasAlain FouchéJean-Pierre LeleuxBruno Retailleau
Jean-Noël CardouxJean-Paul FournierJean-Claude LenoirCharles Revet
Jean-Claude CarleChristophe-André FrassaPhilippe LeroyDidier Robert
Gérard CésarPierre FrogierGérard LonguetBernard Saugey
Patrick ChaizeJean-Claude GaudinVivette LopezRené-Paul Savary
Pierre CharonJacques GautierMichel MagrasMichel Savin
Daniel ChasseingJacques GenestDidier MandelliBruno Sido
François CommeinhesBruno GillesAlain MarcAbdourahamane Soilihi
Gérard CornuColette GiudicelliHervé MarseilleAndré Trillard
Jean-Patrick CourtoisAlain GournacHervé MaureyCatherine Troendlé
Philippe DallierJean-Pierre GrandJean-François MayetAlex Türk
Mathieu DarnaudDaniel GremilletColette MélotMichel Vaspart
Serge DassaultJacques GrosperrinMichel MercierHilarion Vendegou
Isabelle DebréPascale GrunyBrigitte MicouleauJean Pierre Vogel
Robert del PicchiaCharles GuenéAlbéric de MontgolfierFrançois Zocchetto
Vincent DelahayeJean-Noël GuériniJean-Marie Morisset
Francis DelattreJoël GuerriauPhilippe Mouiller


Luc CarvounasFrançois FortassinJean-Baptiste LemoyneCatherine Morin-Desailly
Joseph CastelliJean-Marc GaboutyAnne-Catherine LoisierRobert Navarro
René DanesiJoëlle Garriaud-MaylamJean-François LongeotYves Pozzo di Borgo
Daniel DuboisFrançoise GatelJean-Claude LucheJean-Pierre Raffarin
Vincent DuboisMireille JouvePhilippe MariniJean-Claude Requier
Michel FontaineJacques LegendreAlain MilonSimon Sutour

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Gérard Larcher, Président du SénatJean-Léonce DupontÉlisabeth LamurePierre Médevielle
Philippe AdnotBernard FournierJean-Jacques LasserreDavid Rachline
Annick BillonJacqueline GouraultValérie LétardStéphane Ravier
Nicole BricqTeura IritiClaude MalhuretGérard Roche
Alain ChatillonAlain JoyandetJean-Pierre MasseretJean-Marie Vanlerenberghe
Gérard CollombFabienne KellerJean Louis Masson

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déc 11, 2014

Communiqué du Collectif d’Urgence de la Communauté Juive de France et des Défenseurs de la République


Paris le 11/12/14

Le Collectif d’Urgence de la Communauté Juive de France et des Défenseurs de la République déplore l’adoption par le Sénat, à 8 voix près, d’une résolution de reconnaissance de l’Etat de Palestine.

Pour toutes les associations regroupées dans ce Collectif, cette résolution de reconnaissance, unilatérale, prématurée, sera de nature à conforter la partie palestinienne à plus d’irrédentisme, et encourager les factions terroristes islamo-palestiniennes.

Nous considérons que cette position du Parlement français, contrairement aux intentions des auteurs de la résolution, ne ramènera ni la paix dans la région, ni l’harmonie dans notre pays. Nous restons convaincus que l’antisémitisme suscité par l’incitation à la haine d’Israël va s’aggraver en dépit de toutes les déclarations officielles, et toutes les mesures que l’Etat est obligé de prendre pour protéger les personnes et les biens des Juifs de France.
La mort d’un manifestant en France, ne remet pas en cause la légitimité de notre Etat ni de sa police, alors pourquoi les mêmes sénateurs mentionnent ils à la tribune du Sénat la mort d’un manifestant palestinien fut-il ministre, et au risque d’exacerber les passions antijuives, occultant  le fait que cet homme, disciple d’Abou Nidal, l’auteur de l’attentat de la rue des Rosiers à Paris, est lui-même l’assassin de deux enfants juifs
Le représentant du gouvernement comme les autres orateurs pro-palestiniens suscitent toute notre inquiétude lorsqu’en évoquant » la paix et la sécurité » n’expliquent pas pourquoi les nations devraient garantir la sécurité d’Israël après la signature de la « paix »

Ce même secrétaire d’Etat annonce que le Quai d’Orsay agira avec l’Union Européenne et la Ligue arabe, ce que nous percevons comme  » tous contre un, tous contre l’Etat Juif  » pour imposer une paix, et sans préciser quelles seront les obligations des palestiniens et  quelles concessions ils devront  consentir. »

Alors que le monde arabo-musulman est à feu et à sang, que des dizaines de milliers de personnes ont été massacrées, nous ne comprenons pas la position du parlement français qui est excessive et disproportionnée au seul bénéfice des Palestiniens.

Nous pensons qu’un tel vote, loin de servir la cause de la paix, n’aura pour seul résultat que d’élargir le fossé entre les deux parties.

La paix ne peut naître que de négociations directes entre les peuples concernés

Le Collectif d’Urgence demande au Président de la République et au gouvernement, qui décident de la politique étrangère de la France, d’agir pour la paix avec équilibre, égalité, mesure et prudence.

Collectif d’Urgence de la Communauté Juive de France et des Défenseurs de la République


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MessagePosté le: Lun 15 Déc - 04:56 (2014)    Sujet du message: PA TO SUBMIT UNILATERAL UN RESOLUTION ON WEDNESDAY Répondre en citant


PA announces the draft resolution that would set a deadline for Israel to “end its occupation” will be submitted on Wednesday.

By Ben Ariel
First Publish: 12/14/2014, 11:45 PM

The Palestinian Authority (PA) announced on Sunday that the draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council that would set a two-year deadline for Israel to “end its occupation” will be submitted on Wednesday.

"The Palestinian leadership took a decision to go to the Security Council next Wednesday to vote on their project to end the occupation," senior Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) member Wassel Abu Yussef told AFP after a meeting in Ramallah.

The Israeli foreign ministry declined to comment ahead of Monday's meeting in Rome between Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

Kerry arrived in Italy Sunday amid a European-led drive to push moves towards Palestinian statehood, with officials saying he sought to learn more about the European position.

In the past the United States has consistently used its UN veto power to block moves it sees as anti-Israel, but U.S. officials said they drew a distinction between a unilateral step, and an effort to draw up a multilateral resolution at the UN Security Council, which would have the backing of many nations.

The PA has been threatening for months to go through with its unilateral draft solution at the UN Security Council, a move that is contradictory to the Oslo Accords to which it is signed.

The move has been accompanied by threats, with PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas having recently threatened to cut ties with Israel if his latest unilateral move at the UN fails.

Fatah leader Nabil Shaath recently threatened Israel with a “political war” if there is a negative response to Abbas’s steps at the United Nations.

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European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini attends a debate on the recognition of Palestine statehood at the European Parliament in Strasbourg | Photo: Reuters

Published 17 December 2014 (13 hours 34 minutes ago)

Left-wing parliamentarians proposed the vote, following motions by countries including Sweden, France and Ireland. 

The European Parliament opted for a compromise over Palestinian statehood Wednesday by adopting a resolution to recognize Palestine as a state in principle, though not backing immediate recognition like some European national legislatures.

"(The European Parliament) supports in principle recognition of Palestinian statehood and the two-state solution, and believes these should go hand in hand with the development of peace talks, which should be advanced," the motion was stated, after a deal between main parties.

Left-leaning and Green members of the European Parliament were the driving force behind a symbolic vote Wednesday asking the 28 members to fully observe Palestinian statehood.

Sweden was the first E.U. nation to recognize Palestine's independence, and since then Britain, France, and most recently Ireland have passed symbolic motions. 

Meanwhile, many European states are losing patience with Israel over their plans to build housing on land set aside for the Palestinian state.

On the same day, the second highest European court removed Hamas from the terror list. Procedural problems were cited as the reason, and the group’s assets continue to be frozen, pending a likely appeal. Hamas welcomed the move, Haaretz reports, and an official, Izzat al-Rishq, tweeted that the court decision is "a legal victory for Palestinian rights." According to the Twitter post, the decision rights an injustice done to the Hamas movement, "which is a national liberation movement."


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MessagePosté le: Ven 19 Déc - 02:55 (2014)    Sujet du message: PALESTINE : L’AP SOUMET UNE RESOLUTION A L’ONU MAIS ACCEPTENT DE L'AMENDER Répondre en citant


Tout le territoire est sous la gouverne du Vatican et du Pape depuis 1993, donc tout cela est de la pure comédie. Le but final de ce grand délais est que plus le chaos sera grand et conflictuel entre ces deux peuples, plus les nations appelleront et demanderont à la Communauté Internationale d'intervenir pour régler le supposé conflit, créé de toute pièce par le clan sataniste qui dirige ce monde.

Des hommes de fausse Paix font grande figure dans ce dossier, et ce depuis des années, afin d'amener les nations à se tourner vers ses sauveurs pour ramener la PAIX 
GLOBALE, JUSTE et DURABLE : Le Pape François et le président Obama via son vice-président Joe Biden, ainsi que de nombreux comédiens, qui jouent très bien leur rôle de médiation.

 Lorsque le Pape transférera son trône à Jéruslam, tout ce jeu de la grande séduction amènera la grande ruine sur les nations, qui vivront ce qu'eux appellent le ciel sur Terre, qui est en fait l'enfer le plus terrible, où tout ce que nous avons vécu jusqu'ici, aura complètement disparu.

Un autre monde, celui des démons, aura le plein contrôle sur les nations. Nous pouvons dès à présent voir tout ce qui se met en place, les valeurs absolues données par Dieu disparaissants les unes après les autres et les peuples, sous la gouverne de ces démons, nous en font de plus en plus baver. L'ordre des choses est totalement renversé et ne fera que s'accentuer dans ces prochaines années, jusqu'à ce que le Seigneur et Maître de toutes choses dise c'est assez. Jérusalem est le point culminant de la conquête de Satan, car c'est la cité Sainte de l'Eternel.

Abraham, par qui arriva la bénédiction, transmis sur l'ordre divin la bénédiction sur Isaac (Israël) et non sur Ismaël (arabes). De même en fut-il pour Jacob et Esaü (Edom), qui serait de nos jours, l'Empire romain. Ces 2 Empires sont aujourd'hui unis contre Judah et la Maison d'Israël et revendique ce territoire. Le prince Matsema (nom de Satan, aux temps anciens) se cache aujourd'hui sous le nom d'Allah, mais c'est le même esprit, le même destructeur, qui va tenter une offensive majeure contre le peuple de Dieu et la Terre Sainte. Une vidéo sera fait sous peu pour vous expliquer plus en détail, cette branche de l'histoire que nous retrouvons dans le livre des Jubilés. A sa lecture, on comprend mieux pourquoi ce livre a été enlevé de la Parole de Dieu.

L’équipe du site

Les dirigeants de l’Autorité palestinienne ont soumis mercredi au Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU un projet de résolution suggérant d'aboutir à un accord de paix avec « Israël » d'ici un an, mais se sont déclarés immédiatement prêts à l'amender pour éviter un veto américain.

Le texte, présenté par la Jordanie, seul membre arabe du Conseil, "affirme l'urgence de parvenir à une PAIX GLOBALE, JUSTE et DURABLE " dans un délai de douze mois après l'adoption de la résolution. = Le pape François, qui doit aller aux Etats-Unis, en septembre 2015 pourrait bien nous réserver une surprise de taille, concernant Jérusalem.

Le modèle, précise-t-il, est la coexistence pacifique de "deux Etats indépendants, démocratiques et prospères: Israël et un Etat palestinien viable et contigu", avec Jérusalem comme "capitale partagée".

Le texte mentionne, comme un des "paramètres" d'une solution négociée, "un retrait complet et par étapes des forces de sécurité israéliennes, qui mettra fin à l'occupation commencée en 1967 (...) dans un laps de temps raisonnable, qui ne devra pas dépasser la fin de l'année 2017".

Ces deux dates limites sont a priori difficilement acceptables pour les Etats-Unis, qui estiment qu'un accord de paix ne peut résulter que de négociations directes, et non d'une initiative unilatérale à l'ONU.

Mais, selon l'ambassadeur palestinien à l'ONU Riyad Mansour, les Palestiniens "ne ferment pas la porte à la poursuite de négociations", y compris "avec les Américains s'ils le souhaitent", pour modifier ce texte.

Sous la pression des Européens et des pays arabes, notamment la Jordanie, les Palestiniens ont accepté de continuer à discuter pour tenter de parvenir à un texte consensuel susceptible d'être adopté par le Conseil. 

Kerry pour un texte "réfléchi"

Les Européens de leur côté, France en tête, travaillent depuis plusieurs semaines sur un texte de compromis qui soit acceptable par Washington.

Les Etats-Unis prétendent qu’ils n'auront "aucun problème" si les Palestiniens présentaient à l'ONU une résolution "réfléchie" qui puisse faire croître leur espoir d'un Etat palestinien, à condition que ce texte ne fasse pas monter les tensions avec « Israël », a indiqué mercredi le secrétaire d'Etat John Kerry.

En pleine campagne pour les élections israéliennes du 17 mars, le Premier ministre israélien Benjamin Netanyahu a rejeté tout ultimatum et a accusé les Européens d'avoir pris fait et cause pour les Palestiniens.

Les Palestiniens souhaitent aussi profiter du soutien croissant en Europe à un Etat palestinien. Le Parlement européen a ainsi apporté mercredi un appui "de principe" à la reconnaissance d'un Etat palestinien. Plusieurs parlements nationaux, en France, Espagne, Royaume Uni ou Portugal, ont fait de même ces dernières semaines.

Les Palestiniens passeront alors à "une nouvelle phase"

Même si les tractations à l'ONU échouent, "la question palestinienne ne va pas disparaître d'elle-même", souligne Riyad Mansour. Il prévoit que les Palestiniens passeront alors à "une nouvelle phase" de leur offensive diplomatique.

S'exprimant pour la première fois lundi devant l'assemblée des Etats membres de la Cour pénale internationale (CPI), M. Mansour a confirmé la volonté des Palestiniens de rejoindre "au moment opportun" la CPI, afin d'y mettre « Israël » en accusation pour crimes de guerre à Gaza.

Les Palestiniens ont aussi en réserve d'autres initiatives. Par exemple, demander au Conseil de soutenir la candidature de la Palestine, actuellement Etat observateur non membre, comme Etat membre à part entière des Nations unies. Le projet de résolution palestinien fait référence à cette perspective.

Source: Agences  
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MessagePosté le: Dim 21 Déc - 02:43 (2014)    Sujet du message: EGYPT SAYS IT BACKS PALESTINIAN UN RESOLUTION Répondre en citant


4 hours ago
Dec. 20, 2014

A Palestinian protester waves a national flag near the West Bank village of Wadi Fukin, on September 5, 2014 (AFP Photo/Musa al-Shaer )

Cairo (AFP) - Egypt said on Saturday it supports a draft resolution submitted by the Palestinians to the UN Security Council setting out terms for a final peace deal with Israel.

The Palestinians on Wednesday presented the resolution setting a 12-month deadline for wrapping up negotiations on a final settlement and the end of 2017 for completion of an Israeli withdrawal from Palestinian territories.

Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat and Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri held talks in Cairo on the resolution during which Shoukri offered Egypt's support for the move, a foreign ministry statement said.

It said that during their talks, Shoukri stressed Egypt's support for "the choice of the Palestinian people and its leadership".

He offered Cairo's "full backing for the legal rights of the Palestinians in establishing an independent state along the borders of June 4, 1967 with East Jerusalem as its capital", the statement said.

The draft resolution calls for a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as the shared capital.

Washington says it will not back the resolution, objecting in particular to the deadline for an Israeli withdrawal.

Cairo brokered a ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian Hamas militant movement to end the Gaza summer war that killed 2,140 Palestinians, mostly civilians, and 73 people on the Israeli side, most of them soldiers.


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 25 Déc - 02:00 (2014)    Sujet du message: PALESTINIANS RALLY TO MARK STATEHOOD DECLARATION Répondre en citant



By Nidal al-Mughrabi
November 14, 2001 

Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets Wednesday to renew calls for an independent state 13 years after their leader, Yasser Arafat, made a symbolic declaration of statehood in Algiers.

"The state is coming, the state is coming," chanted a crowd of 3,000 at a Gaza Strip rally on the eve of the November 15 anniversary of the Algiers declaration, a national holiday for Palestinians.

The 11 factions that make up the Palestine Liberation Organization, including Arafat's Fatah, issued a statement calling on the international community to make good on its verbal support of a Palestinian state.

Since the Sept. 11 attacks against the United States, President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have publicly declared their vision of a Palestinian state as the product of a final peace treaty with Israel.

The U.S. and Britain are eager to maintain Arab backing for their offensive in Afghanistan, a goal that is difficult to achieve as 13 months of Israeli-Palestinian bloodshed rages.

"The general talk about the Palestinian state remains insufficient and incomplete unless it is accompanied by deeds, especially from the American administration, which has been showing a flagrant bias (in favor of) Israel's occupation and aggression," the PLO statement read.

Israel's dovish foreign minister, Shimon Peres, said on Wednesday a Palestinian state was "today almost an accepted solution by all parties.

" "There are differences about the size, the connection, the security. But the idea that two peoples, the Israelis and the Palestinians, must have two separate states that will co-exist in a fair manner is accepted by everybody," Peres told CNN.

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, a right-winger, also supports a state, though his vision falls short of Palestinian aspirations for an entity on all of the West Bank, Gaza and Arab East Jerusalem, captured by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war.

Diab al-Louh, a Fatah leader, said the Palestinian revolt, that erupted in September 2000 after peace talks deadlocked, would only end with the advent of Palestinian statehood.

"The Palestinian state should come as a top priority for the world's agenda," he told Reuters.


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The UN Security Council has rejected a Palestinian resolution calling for an end to Israel's occupation by 2017.Ali Abunimah, co-founder of the Electronic Intifada says the resolution did not represent the will of the Palestinian people.

VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vLTV2CLY9k


Another Palestinian attempt for statehood fails at the UN, as the resolution for Israeli withdrawal falls short by just one vote. Professor of international studies, Stephen Zunes thinks the rejection of the bid will cause a surge of violence in the Middle East.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 31 Déc - 12:21 (2014)    Sujet du message: LE PARLEMENT EUROPEEN SE PRONONCE POUR UN ETAT PALESTINIEN Répondre en citant


Mercredi 17 décembre :
À la suite de plusieurs parlements nationaux dans l’Union européenne, le Parlement européen vient de voter (498 votes pour et 88 votes contre), ce mercredi 17 décembre 2014, une résolution dite de « compromis » c’est-à-dire qu’elle est le résultat de discussions entre les différents groupes du Parlement européen.

Dans ces débats, nous n’avons ménagé aucun effort pour obtenir la meilleure résolution possible. L’objectif est d’aider au mieux le peuple palestinien et l’autorité palestinienne dans leur combat pour qu’enfin soient reconnus leur souveraineté et leurs droits.
La résolution adoptée est donc un pas de plus appuyant la reconnaissance de l’Etat palestinien dans les frontières de 1967. Même si  nous aurions souhaité un texte plus clair et plus précis, nous l’avons soutenu, dès lors qu’il peut constituer un point d’appui.
Ainsi, à l’article 1, il est écrit : « Le Parlement européen soutient le principe de la reconnaissance d’un Etat palestinien et la solution à deux états et estime que ceci doit aller de pair avec le développement des pourparlers de paix ».
Article 2 : « Soutient les efforts du Président Abbas et du gouvernement de consensus national palestinien, souligne à nouveau l’importance de consolider l’autorité du gouvernement de consensus palestinien et son administration dans le bande de Gaza, demande un soutien constant de l’Union européenne pour le renforcement des capacités institutionnelles palestiniennes ».
Article 5 : « Réaffirme son soutien ferme à la solution à deux Etats sur la base des frontières de 1967 avec Jérusalem comme capitale des deux Etats. Un  Etat d’Israël dont la sécurité doit être assurée aux côtés d’un Etat palestinien, indépendant, démocratique, contigu et viable, coexistant dans la paix et la sécurité sur la base du droit à l’autodétermination et le plein respect du droit international ».
Article 6 : « Invite la haute représentante, vice-présidente de la Commission à faciliter une position commune de l’Union européenne sur ce sujet ».
Article 7 : « Décide de lancer une initiative parlementaire pour la Paix, visant à rassembler les différents partis de l’Union européenne, israéliens et le Parlement palestinien pour faire avancer un agenda pour la paix et pour compléter les efforts diplomatiques de l’Union européenne ».


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MessagePosté le: Ven 2 Jan - 05:51 (2015)    Sujet du message: PUBLISHING GIANT HARPER COLLINS OMITS ISRAEL FROM ATLAS SO MUSLIMS WON'T BE OFFENDED Répondre en citant


NTEB News Desk | December 31, 2014

Publisher Harper Collins omits Israel from school atlas to meet local Muslim preferences

“Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion.” Psalm 129:5

It’s such a tiny little country, not much bigger than the awesome state of New Jersey where I am from originally. It is disproportionately prosperous when compared with its neighbors, and only wants to live and exist in peace.  Israel stands as the only beacon of democracy and freedom in all of the Middle East. So why on earth would publishing giant Harper Collins decide to remove the name of Israel from it’s world atlas? Because they don’t want to offend Muslims.

Where did Israel disappear to??

Israel is not labelled on the map – bought by English-speaking schools in the majority-Muslim Gulf, while Gaza and Jordan are clearly marked.

Collins Bartholomew, the subsidiary of HarperCollins, told The Tablet that including Israel would have been ‘unacceptable’ to their customers in the Gulf and the amendment incorporated ‘local preferences’.

Israel is hated by most of the world because it is God’s holy land, (the only holy land on the face of the earth), and the Jews remain God’s chosen people as the bible declares. Because of that we see time and again covert and overt acts of antisemitism against God’s people, and it will only get worse as these last days continue to gather in speed and intensity.

Harper Collins has done more than simply removed a name to appease Muslims. By removing the name of Israel from their atlas, they boldly declare their belief that Israel does not have the right to exist and that they agree Israel should be literally “wiped off the map” like Iran constantly reaffirms. Removing Israel from the map is more than just antisemitism, it’s also terrorism.
Harper Collins also publishes the Satanic Bible by Anton LaVey, now isn’t that interesting? Talk about your amazing “coincidences”…

Last days indeed…


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MessagePosté le: Lun 5 Jan - 05:41 (2015)    Sujet du message: PERES ISSUES 2015 PLEA FOR PEACE Répondre en citant


Former president calls for a renewed commitment to equality and tolerance in 2015

By Times of Israel staff January 1, 2015, 10:38 pm

Former president Shimon Peres delivered New Year’s greetings Thursday in a video released on YouTube, and called upon viewers to make a renewed commitment to peace, equality and tolerance in the upcoming year.


Peres described 2014 as a year of “great evils” and urged people to work for a world where values trump material achievements in 2015.

In his message, the former president called the steps taken by the US to renew diplomatic relations with Cuba a “moment of promise.” He also praised North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un’s televised New Year’s address, where he offered to hold high-level talks with South Korea.

Despite the bloodshed and suffering in the Middle East, Peres said he saw a desire to depart from it and return the region to a holy and peaceful place. He urged people to make 2015 “a year in which we bring an end to terror and beginning cooperation.”

Peres expressed optimism for the direction world leaders were taking, saying “it seems that more and more leaders understand that to be a leader is to lead to a better world, to justice, equality and hope.”

Peres also extended a personal greeting to Pope Francis, calling him a pope of hope and peace.

“Let’s pray together. Let’s understand that to be different is not a negative. Let’s understand that to go together and bring peace is a possibility that must not be postponed,” Peres said.


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Le Premier ministre Renzi prêt à apporter son soutien à la motion de gauche

Le Parlement italien s'apprête à voter jeudi une motion appelant le gouvernement à reconnaître un Etat palestinien à l'instar des résolutions adoptées par les parlementaires français, britanniques, portugais et espagnols, le gouvernement suédois ayant quant à lui formellement reconnu "l'Etat de Palestine" en octobre 2014.

Des députés socialistes et écologistes sont à l'origine du dépôt de la résolution qui, selon eux, devrait encourager le processus de paix au Moyen-Orient.

La motion exhorte le gouvernement à "reconnaître l'Etat de Palestine afin que les négociations en vue d'une solution à deux Etats soient relancées".

Le Parti démocratique du Premier ministre Matteo Renzi a indiqué être prêt à soutenir le texte ce qui le rend susceptible d'être adopté.

Le président de la communauté juive de Rome, Riccardo Pacifici, a quant à lui dénoncé cette initiative se disant convaincu "qu'à un moment aussi sensible sur la scène internationale, le calme et la prudence devraient être de mise de la part des pays de l'Union européenne".

L'ambassade d'Israël à Rome a également réagi au dépôt de cette motion sur le bureau du Parlement italien, évoquant une "étape prématurée" qui "ne ferait rien d'autre que d'éloigner" la paix.

Le 29 novembre 2012, 138 pays dont l'Italie ont voté à l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies en faveur de la reconnaissance d'un Etat palestinien.


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Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 11:46 AM

The Democrats lashed out at Netanyahu- Awful!

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They were so desperate and angry they played the Cheney card.




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Lie, lie, lie.

Written by Dr. Nurit Hirschfeld, Secretary General, UPF-Israel

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Jerusalem, Israel - The Jerusalem Peace and Security Forum held a special session for a group of Muslim dignitaries from Azerbaijan, who had come to learn about the political situation in the Middle East.

The 33 visiting politicians, academics and public sector directors from the former Soviet republic attended a one-day conference on January 20, 2015, in the Dan Jerusalem Hotel.

In deference to the group's request, the meeting started with a moment of silence to remember the 1992 Khojaly Massacre, in which at least 161 Azeris were killed by Armenian and Commonwealth of Independent States forces in the nation of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Professor Eliezer Glaubach, president of the Jerusalem Peace and Security Forum, opened the discussion with warm welcoming remarks to the distinguished guests. Dr. Glaubach, who has long specialized in Israeli politics with a focus on Jerusalem, emphasized the importance of Jerusalem, the Holy City, for all the monotheistic believers in the world.

Dr. Glaubach said that the conflict between Israel and Palestine has lasted for more than 100 years. Although solutions to the conflict have been proposed by a variety of countries and individuals, a peace treaty still has not been established, despite the need and mutual desire for peace.

According to Dr. Glaubach, the gap between the will for peace and the reality of conflict lies mainly within the internal political problems of both the Palestinian and Israeli nations.

Mr. Menashe Shaul, a political commentator from the Israel Broadcasting Authority and an expert on relations between Israel and its neighboring countries, was the second speaker. He said the terror groups led by the Islamic State are enemies of all humankind since they kill people from all religions and nations: Christians, Yazidis, Jews and even Muslims. They hold to the view that there can be only one way to live—as one global Islamic state where all other faiths and believers surrender. Mr. Shaul agrees with U.S. President Barack Obama’s former position that the only solution to the Islamic State is to destroy it

Regarding Israel and Palestine, Mr. Shaul said that both are suffering from Hamas, a terror organization whose declared goal is to destroy and replace the State of Israel with its idea of a Palestinian state. The many attempts at unity between the Palestinian political party Fatah and Hamas are failing, because Fatah, unlike Hamas, supports a "two-state solution" to resolve the long-lasting conflict. Mr. Shaul further explained that Israel—like any other country in the world—would not negotiate with anyone who wishes for its destruction. He concluded by saying that the relationship between the Palestinians and the Israelis should move onto a new track, one of peace, similar to the one Israel has been sharing with Egypt for 35 years and with Jordan for 20 years.

Ms. Ksenia Svetlova, a reporter and a freelance commentator on Arab affairs in the Russian language, participated in the conference just a day after announcing she had joined the Zionist Camp political party in a location that virtually guarantees her election to the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) in the upcoming March elections.

As part of her journalistic work, Ms. Svetlova has visited many Muslim countries, including Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Bahrain, the Gulf States, Egypt and Malaysia. She offered a broad overview of modern Egypt, information on the Palestinian territories and Arab culture and society, while relating their impact to changes in the region and the State of Israel.

The presentations concluded with remarks from Mr. Suleymanov Tahir, a school director from Azerbaijan, followed by questions and answers and a lively discussion.

Eliezer Glaubach


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Trailing in the polls ahead of Tuesday's elections, the Israeli premier disavowed the creation of a Palestinian state in an appeal to the right.

Adam Chandler Mar 16 2015, 4:09 PM ET

Back in 2009, just three months after he became Israel's prime minister for the second time, Benjamin Netanyahu delivered what many called "an historic address." In it, Netanyahu described his "vision" of peace between Israelis and Palestinians:

There are two free peoples living side by side in this small land, with good neighborly relations and mutual respect, each with its flag, anthem and government, with neither one threatening its neighbor's security and existence.

The speech was deemed remarkable because it contained Netanyahu's first-ever call for the establishment of a Palestinian state, a statement he had resisted throughout his long and winding political career.

Nearly six years and three Gaza wars later, and with his political legacy on the ropes, Netanyahu issued a major retraction on Monday evening: “I think that anyone who is going to establish a Palestinian state today and evacuate lands, is giving attack grounds to the radical Islam against the state of Israel,” he said in a radio interview.

Needing to siphon off votes from right-leaning parties, Netanyahu's change in course is the latest moment of panic.

The reversal came as his political fortunes flounder—Netanyahu's Likud Party is trailing in Israel's (notoriously fickle) polls, leaving many to believe he might be unseated in Tuesday's elections. Badly needing to siphon off votes from Israel's right-leaning parties, Netanyahu's change in course is the latest moment of panic in a campaign he was never meant to lose. On Sunday, Netanyahu raised the specter that his party might not emerge with enough seats to secure the premiership. In doing so, Netanyahu sank his long-standing air of invincibility in a country where a majority of citizens have had trouble imagining anyone else as their prime minister.

"One of Netanyahu’s greatest electoral assets—borne out in those relentless polls showing him to be voters’ preferred prime minister—is that he had created a palpable sense of inevitability about his rule," David Horovitz argues over at The Times of Israel. We'll find whether that is still true on Tuesday. But given his election-eve reversal, it seems Netanyahu may not even believe it anymore.


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03/20/2015 00:56

Days after Netanyahu's victory, US President Obama calls him.

US President Barack Obama (L) and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (photo credit:REUTERS)

The United States has been forced to reassess its policy regarding the Middle East peace process, US President Barack Obama told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a phone call on Thursday, after Netanyahu suggested earlier in the week he had abandoned the cause.

According to a White House official, speaking to The Jerusalem Post, Obama told Netanyahu that the US "will need to reassess our options following the prime minister’s new positions and comments regarding the two-state solution."

"They also discussed Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments about Israeli Arabs," the official added.

Netanyahu said in an interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Thursday that he never retracted his speech in Bar Ilan University six years ago calling for a demilitarized Palestinian state that recognized the Jewish state.

According to a statement released earlier on Thursday by the White House, during the call Obama congratulated the Israeli premiere on his win in Tuesday's elections. The US president also "emphasized the importance the United States places on our close military, intelligence, and security cooperation with Israel, which reflects the deep and abiding partnership between both countries."

During the call, the two leaders "agreed to continue consultations on a range of regional issues, including the difficult path forward to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."

Obama "reaffirmed the United States’ long-standing commitment to a two-state solution that results in a secure Israel alongside a sovereign and viable Palestine."

On Iran, Obama "reiterated that the United States is focused on reaching a comprehensive deal with Iran that prevents Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon and verifiably assures the international community of the exclusively peaceful nature of its nuclear program."

On Wednesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry briefly called Netanyahu to congratulate him on his victory, even as the State Department was “evaluating” its approach to the diplomatic process following Netanyahu’s comments that he would not support a two-state solution.


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Charge Netanyahu 'spat on face of American policy'

Published: 2 days ago

President Mahmoud Abbas holds Palestine’s application for United Nations membership in a September 2011 statement to the U.N. General Assembly in New York

TEL AVIV, Israel – A spokesman for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party told WND his information confirms a report Thursday that the Obama administration is studying the possibility of supporting a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for the resumption of talks to create a Palestinian state.

Dmitry Diliani, who is also a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, stated, “Now the United States, at the same time, yes, it has been studying its position.

“Especially at a time when Benjamin Netanyahu basically not only slapped the face of American policy by a statement rejecting a two-state solution,” he said. “He spat on the face of the American policy. Something that I don’t think any American would allow this to happen to the greatest country in the world.”

Diliani further confirmed reports that in light of the re-election of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Abbas may turn to the U.N. and other international bodies for recognition without the approval of Israel.

“This is something that is a total right for an independent state of Palestine that is recognized by the United Nations,” he said.

Diliani commented on Netanyahu’s election promise to reject the formation of a Palestinian state during his tenure in office.

Stated Diliani: “That means he basically canceled all the agreements. All the political planning in the region. Everything that is considered a political map for the whole region that was adapted by the whole world and former governments of Israel and the Palestinian people.”

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On the eve of this week’s elections, Netanyahu stated in a video interview with Israel’s NRG news website: “I think that anyone who is going to establish a Palestinian state today and evacuate lands is giving attack grounds to the radical Islam against the state of Israel.”

He said anyone “who ignores this is sticking his head in the sand.”

“The left does this time and time again,” Netanyahu said. “We are realistic and understand.”

The interviewer asked Netanyahu specifically whether he meant that a Palestinian state would not be established if he were re-elected.

“Correct,” he replied.

On Thursday, Foreign Policy magazine quoted Western diplomats stating the Obama administration is “edging closer” to abandoning years of blocking U.N. Security Council resolutions imposing so-called peace talks.

The magazine reported the U.S. administration may back a resolution calling for the resumption of talks aimed at creating a Palestinian state, according to the unnamed Western diplomats.

The magazine indicated the Obama administration’s willingness to accept a U.N. resolution depends on the politics of Netanyahu’s soon-to-be formed coalition.

If the new governing coalition consists of right-wing parties instead of a unity deal with the left, the likelihood of the U.S. supporting U.N. action would increase, the magazine indicated.

Reported Foreign Policy:

U.S. officials signaled a willingness to consider a U.N. resolution in the event that Netanyahu was re-elected and formed a coalition government opposed to peace talks. The United States has not yet circulated a draft, but diplomats say Washington has set some red lines and is unwilling to agree to set a fixed deadline for political talks to conclude.

“The more the new government veers to the right the more likely you will see something in New York,” the magazine quoted a Western diplomat as saying.


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© Sputnik/ Aleksey Nikolskyi

13:34 28.03.2015(updated 14:47 28.03.2015)

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his address to the Arab League summit participants that Russia will continue contributing to the attainment of Palestine’s independence.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russia will help Palestine in achieving its goal of becoming an independent state with the capital in East Jerusalem, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday in his address to the Arab League summit participants.

“Russia will continue contributing to the attainment of this goal [Palestine’s independence], working through bilateral channels and through multilateral channels, including in the ‘Quartet’ of international mediators,” Putin said.

The Quartet comprising Russia, the United States, the United Nations and the European Union, was established in 2002, aiming to reach a long-term peace agreement between Israel and Palestinians.

Under Pressure: Allies Coming Down Hard on Israel Over Palestine Talks

The Russian president stressed on Saturday the need for closer cooperation between the Quartet and the Arab League, and highlighted Moscow’s readiness to cooperate with the league further. Palestinians seek the creation of an independent state on the territories of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, partially occupied by Israel, as well as on the Gaza Strip. Palestinians have designated Jerusalem as its capital and called on Israel to withdraw from the Palestinian territories it took after the 1967 war.


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3/29/2015, Nisan 9, 5775

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has said that the United Nations Security Council is setting a deadline for the end of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He claims that the Council will demand a finalized Palestinian state, possibly within two years.

America has not yet offered any opposition to this plan, seemingly in order to favor it as a way to pressure Israel to make further concessions.


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State Dept. says deal with Iran 'only about the nuclear issue', refuses to address Israeli concerns over bolstered Iranian aggression.

By Ari Soffer
First Publish: 4/5/2015, 1:31 PM

John Kerry at Sharm el-Sheikh

The US State Department has rejected Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's call to condition any final deal with Iran over its nuclear program on the Iranian regime recognizing the State of Israel.

During a Saturday press conference State Dept. spokeswoman Marie Harf abruptly rejected the suggestion, stating "this is an agreement that is only about the nuclear issue."

"This is an agreement that doesn't deal with any other issues, nor should it," Harf added.

Many critics of the deal under discussion with Iran - a "framework" of which was agreed late last week - both inside of the US and abroad, have objected to the fact that it separates Tehran's nuclear program from other pressing issues, including Iran's escalating aggression throughout the Middle East via terrorist proxies, its gross human rights abuses and other actions which would be bolstered by a relaxation in sanctions promised by the deal.

Netanyahu addressed the framework deal announced Thursday in a public statement Friday, in which he reiterated Israel's staunch opposition and called for the P5+1 western powers to condition any lifting of sanctions on Iran recognizing the Jewish state.

"This deal would pose a grave danger to the region and to the world and would threaten the very survival of the State of Israel," Netanyahu said. 

"The deal would lift sanctions almost immediately - and this at the very time that Iran is stepping up its aggression and terror in the region and beyond the region," the prime minister added. "In a few years, the deal would remove the restrictions on Iran's nuclear program, enabling Iran to have a massive enrichment capacity that it could use to produce many nuclear bombs within a matter of months."

"The deal would greatly bolster Iran's economy. It would give Iran thereby tremendous means to propel its aggression and terrorism throughout the Middle East.

"Such a deal does not block Iran's path to the bomb. Such a deal paves Iran's path to the bomb. And it might very well spark a nuclear arms race throughout the Middle East and it would greatly increase the risks of terrible war."

Netanyahu pointed to recent comments by a senior Iranian military commander, who declared that Iran was still committed to Israel's destruction and sees the Jewish state's annihilation as a "non-negotionable" issue.

"I want to make clear to all. The survival of Israel is non-negotiable," Netanyahu retorted. "Israel will not accept an agreement which allows a country that vows to annihilate us to develop nuclear weapons, period."

For that reason, the PM said, "Israel demands that any final agreement with Iran will include a clear and unambiguous Iranian recognition of Israel's right to exist."


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© Sputnik. Mikhail Klimentiev

19:01 13.04.2015(mis à jour 19:17 13.04.2015)

Le président russe Vladimir Poutine a rencontré lundi le chef de l'Autorité nationale palestinienne Mahmoud Abbas à Moscou.
Il est indispensable de tenir des consultations sur le conflit entre la Palestine et Israël ainsi que la Syrie, l’Irak et le Yémen, a déclaré Vladimir Poutine lors d’un entretien avec le dirigeant palestinien Mahmoud Abbas.

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Abbas coopérera avec tout gouvernement d'Israël acceptant un Etat palestinien

« La situation dans la région est inquiétante. Il est très important d’échanger des vues sur le conflit palestino-israélien en particulier. Je vous propose aussi d’analyser la situation en Syrie, en Irak et au Yémen », a dit le président russe.

Le chef de l’Etat russe a apprécié la contribution de Mahmoud Abbas dans le règlement régional et s’est félicité du développement des relations russo-palestiniennes.

Mahmoud Abbas se trouve à Moscou avec une visite officielle. Il envisage de rencontrer des dirigeants russes, de participer à la signature d'accords et recevra le titre de docteur honoris causa décerné par l'Université de l'amitié des peuples.




Le doctorat Honoris Causa est toujours remis par des
universités catholiques aux fidèles serviteurs de Rome (maçons ou autres sociétés secrètes), qui font avancer la cause de Rome, dans un domaine ou un autre. En remettant un doctorat à Mahmoud Abbas, cela nous montre donc sa soumission à l'Empire de Rome, ce qui démontre le funeste jeu qui se joue en Palestine et en Israël, car nous voyons que le but réel de tout ce qui se passe en ce territoire, cette haine pour Israël, la revendication du territoire et de Jérusalem par la Palestine ne sont que des fumisteries afin de préparer le chemin du faux-prophète et de l'Antichrist, qui bientôt, siègeront tous deux à Jérusalem faisant ainsi de Jérusalem la capitale mondiale religieuse pour toutes les nations. Une fumisterie, une imposture, une tentative de copier les Ecritures pour s'approprier les territoires conquis par Israël et donnés à Abraham, dans des temps éloignés. Israël, si vous regardez ce qui lui a été donné comme territoire par le Créateur, est aujourd'hui occupé par les arabes. Le Roi des rois, un jour reviendra pour tous les déloger et leur fera payer leur haute trahison envers Sa Souveraineté.

...Un doctorat honoris causa (du latin causa, qui exprime le but, précédé du génitif de honor, honoris, l'honneur : « pour l'honneur », honorifique) est un titre honorifique décerné par une université ou une faculté à une personnalité éminente. Un docteur honoris causa, parfois abrégé en Dr h. c., est le récipiendaire d'un doctorat honoris causa.

Au Canada, on parle de doctorat honorifique. ...

...Le doctorat honoris causa est une marque de distinction offerte par une université à une personnalité ayant posé sa marque dans un domaine particulier1....

...Le choix des docteurs honoris causa est généralement confié à un comité, comprenant en principe les membres les plus éminents du corps professoral de l'université et sa direction. Il n'y a aucune limite au nombre de doctorats de ce type que peut offrir une université, mais l'usage veut, afin de conserver son prestige à cette distinction, que chaque université n'en décerne que quelques-uns par an....


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