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MessagePosté le: Sam 12 Mar - 05:35 (2016)    Sujet du message: FORMER ISRAELI AMBASSADOR BLASTS OBAMA FOR ‘COMPLETELY COLLAPSED’ MIDDLE EAST VISION Répondre en citant

FORMER ISRAELI AMBASSADOR BLASTS OBAMA FOR ‘COMPLETELY COLLAPSED’ MIDDLE EAST VISION



Mar 11, 2016

Obama is making new claims about the meaning of his 2009 Cairo speech. “Maybe because his whole vision of and for the Middle East has completely collapsed,” Oren surmises.

U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent claim about the real meaning of his 2009 Cairo speech “is patently unsubstantiated by the text,” former Israeli ambassador to the US Michael Oren told The Algemeiner on Thursday.

Oren, today a member of Knesset with the centrist Kulanu party, was responding to statements Obama made in an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg in the just-released April edition of The Atlantic.

“My argument was this,” Obama told Goldberg, “Let’s all stop pretending that the cause of the Middle East’s problems is Israel… We want to work to help achieve statehood and dignity for the Palestinians, but I was hoping that my speech could trigger a discussion, could create space for Muslims to address the real problems they are confronting — problems of governance, and the fact that some currents of Islam have not gone through a reformation that would help people adapt their religious doctrines to modernity.”

Oren said that the speech in question, which Obama delivered at Cairo University during his first official visit to the region, “nowhere mentions that the Israeli-Palestinian issue is not the core of the Middle East’s other conflicts.” On the contrary, Oren emphasized, “It actually implied the opposite.”

In fact, explained Oren – author of the international best-seller, Ally: My Journey Across the American-Israeli Divide – “The Cairo speech is the foundational document of the Obama administration’s Middle East policy, and it is based on linkage: that everything in the region is linked to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and therefore if you solve it, you will solve the region’s problems.”

Oren, who served as Israel’s key envoy to Washington from 2009-2013, said that he “used to hear that linkage mentioned every single day. Even former National Security Adviser James Jones said that if God came down and asked to solve one problem, it would be the Arab-Israeli conflict. It was doctrinal.”


US President Barack Obama in 2009 delivers his famous Cairo speech, reaching out to the Palestinians and the Muslim world. (AP)

Furthermore, Oren added, “The Cairo speech, which was twice as long as Obama’s first inaugural address, gave Israel legitimacy based on the Holocaust – the same as the Arab narrative about why the Jews were given a state – and didn’t even mention the Sunni-Shi’ite divide or Iranian-Arab enmity, for example.”

Oren also had strong words about another passage in Goldberg’s article:

…as the Arab Spring gave up its early promise, and brutality and dysfunction overwhelmed the Middle East, the president grew disillusioned. Some of his deepest disappointments concern Middle Eastern leaders themselves. Benjamin Netanyahu is in his own category: Obama has long believed that Netanyahu could bring about a two-state solution that would protect Israel’s status as a Jewish-majority democracy, but is too fearful and politically paralyzed to do so. Obama has also not had much patience for Netanyahu and other Middle Eastern leaders who question his understanding of the region.

In one of Netanyahu’s meetings with the president, the Israeli prime minister launched into something of a lecture about the dangers of the brutal region in which he lives, and Obama felt that Netanyahu was behaving in a condescending fashion, and was also avoiding the subject at hand: peace negotiations. Finally, the president interrupted the prime minister: “Bibi, you have to understand something,” he said. “I’m the African American son of a single mother, and I live here, in this house. I live in the White House. I managed to get elected president of the United States. You think I don’t understand what you’re talking about, but I do.”


Islamic State shooting in Iraq in June 2014. Still, Netanyahu was among Obama’s “deepest disappointments” in the Middle East. (Twitter)

“Really?” asked Oren. “Netanyahu is one of Obama’s ‘deepest disappointments’ as a Middle East leader? More disappointing than [Syrian President Bassar] Assad? Than [former Iranian president Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad? Than [ISIS chief Abu Bakr] al-Baghdadi?”

Why, then — if Obama’s doctrine all along has been to link the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the rest of the region’s woes (and to hold Netanyahu largely responsible) — did he choose the present moment to say that this is not what he had intended at the beginning of his presidency?

“A more important question here might be to ask why Goldberg didn’t challenge him on it,” Oren said, adding that the interview was “illuminating,” in that it shined light “on the relationship of the press with the president.”

But urged to give an answer about the timing and meaning of Obama’s claims, Oren concluded, “Maybe because his whole vision of and for the Middle East has completely collapsed.”

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REPORT : PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY REJECTS BIDEN'S GENEROUS PEACE PLAN



Mar 10, 2016

U.S. Vice-President Biden reportedly presented Palestinian leader Abbas with yet another generous peace initiative, only to be turned down.

Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas rebuffed a generous plan for a resumption of peace talks suggested Wednesday by U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden, reports indicate.

According to a report in the Palestinian newspaper Al Quds, cited by Times of Israel, “the deal offered a settlement construction freeze and a Palestinian capital in ‘East Jerusalem’ in exchange for recognition of Israel as a Jewish state and the relinquishment of Palestinian rights to return to live in Israel.”

It was one of many generous offers suggested to the Palestinian leadership and rejected over several years. Negotiations between the PA and Israel, brokered by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, ended in failure in 2014.

Biden, who arrived in Israel on Tuesday at approximately the same time as three Palestinian terror attacks took place within about an hour, wounding several people and claiming the life of American tourist Taylor Force, criticized the Palestinian leadership for not condemning the acts of terror. In fact, the Palestinian Authority (PA) incites terror and glorifies so-called “martyrs,” as noted several times by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and documented by media watchdogs.

By: Terri Nir, United with Israel

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MessagePosté le: Lun 14 Mar - 07:08 (2016)    Sujet du message: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION : UN RESOLUTION TO DIVIDE ISRAEL IS BACK IN PLAY Répondre en citant

OBAMA ADMINISTRATION : UN RESOLUTION TO DIVIDE ISRAEL IS BACK IN PLAY



  By Michael Snyder - End Of The American Dream Blog March 09, 2016

According to the Wall Street Journal, the White House is considering drastic measures to reboot the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.  Among those measures is a UN Security Council resolution that would set the parameters for a two state solution and that would recognize East Jerusalem as the official capital of a Palestinian state.  

If Barack Obama makes this move, it will almost certainly be before the election in November.  I had previously reported that France was ready to introduce a similar UN Security Council resolution back in September, but at that time the French backed off because they did not have full support from the Obama administration. But now that Obama is approaching the end of his term, he suddenly seems more willing to make a bold move.

Remember, this is not just some Internet rumor.  This comes directly from an article that was just published in the Wall Street Journal that claims to have top White House officials as the source of this information.  According to those anonymous officials, the Obama administration is now ready to potentially move forward with the kind of UN Security Council resolution that I mentioned above...

The strongest element on the list of options under consideration would be U.S. support for a Security Council resolution calling on both sides to compromise on key issues, something Israel had opposed and Washington has repeatedly vetoed in the past.

The article goes on to say that the parameters of an agreement for a two state solution would be based on the 1949 armistice line but would allow for land swaps so that many Jewish settlements that have been built since 1967 would not be swallowed up by the new Palestinian state.

The Palestinians would be required to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, and East Jerusalem would receive full UN Security Council recognition as the capital of a new Palestinian state.  This is something that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised that he would never agree to.

But Barack Obama appears to be completely fed up with Netanyahu at this point, and that is why the White House is now strongly considering moving forward with a UN Security Council resolution.  Needless to say, this would represent a dramatic change in policy from previous administrations.  Here is more from the Wall Street Journal...

Mounting a push for a Security Council resolution would be a significant shift in U.S. policy and one the Israeli government has feared could marshal international sentiment in a way that could make it harder to resist making concessions. Such a move could further strain already tense relations between Messrs. Obama and Netanyahu, who have clashed over U.S. diplomacy with Iran and the administrations past attempts to forge a Middle East peace agreement.

Last year, the White House threatened to allow action at the U.N. to proceed without objection from the U.S. after Mr. Netanyahu said during his re-election campaign that he wouldnt support a two-state solution. The Israeli leader subsequently walked back his statement, and the White House didnt follow through with its threat.

Right now, 136 nations already formally recognize a Palestinian state.  But a Palestinian state has never had full UN Security Council recognition because the United States has always blocked efforts in that direction.

Many people dont realize this, but if Obama throws his support behind such a resolution, it would be considered binding upon both the Israelis and the Palestinians.  The following comes from Israel National News...

A Security Council resolution would be binding upon all parties, unlike General Assembly measures which are non-obligatory recommendations. Such a resolution would remain in force even after the president leaves office next January, effectively shaping the future of American policy in the region for Mr. Obamas successors.

The resolution would require Israel cease construction over the Green Line and would force Israel to recognize eastern Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine.

Needless to say, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would be absolutely furious if the Obama administration pushes forward with a UN Security Council resolution that would attempt to dictate a solution to the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Perhaps this explains why Netanyahu just cancelled a meeting with Barack Obama at the White House later this month...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declined an offer to meet President Barack Obama at the White House later this month and canceled his trip to Washington, the White House said on Monday, citing Israeli news reports.

Netanyahus decision to nix his U.S. visit marked the latest episode in a fraught relationship with Obama that has yet to recover from their deep differences over last years U.S.-led international nuclear deal with Iran, Israels arch-foe.

Of course there are lots of reasons why Netanyahu would potentially be upset with Obama.  In addition to the ridiculously bad Iran deal, we should also remember that Obama tried to help defeat Netanyahu during the last Israeli election, and the Wall Street Journal has reported that the Obama administration has been actively spying on Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders.

Barack Obama has stabbed Israel in the back over and over again, and so it would be absolutely no surprise if he decided to push for a UN Security Council resolution that would permanently divide the land of Israel and the city of Jerusalem.

Unfortunately, such a move would have very serious implications for all of us.  By dividing the land of Israel and the city of Jerusalem, Obama would be cursing our nation, and that is not something that any of us should want.

If Obama is going to do this, it will almost certainly happen before the election in November.

That means that we are looking at roughly an eight month time period.

Personally, because of how the UN schedule works, I would say that the most likely time for such a resolution to be introduced would be in September or October.  But it is definitely possible that it could come sooner than that.

For a long time, Barack Obama has expressed a desire to see the establishment of a Palestinian state before he leaves office.  Netanyahu has always been his nemesis in this regard, but now Obama seems determined to try to make something happen at the United Nations while he still has the power to do so.

Let us pray that he is not successful.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Mar - 09:03 (2016)    Sujet du message: SHOCKER: US ViSA WEBSITE DOES NOT LIST ISRAEL AS A COUNTRY! Répondre en citant




SHOCKER: US ViSA WEBSITE DOES NOT LIST ISRAEL AS A COUNTRY!

Mar 15, 2016


The site used by US embassies and consulates worldwide decided it is better to offend Israelis by pretending it doesn’t exist than to offend Palestinians by saying Israel does exist.

The official US Visa Service for foreign citizens website, to help them travel to the United States, is surprisingly not part of a government Internet domain. Apparently this service has been outsourced by the US government to another firm, possible Computer Sciences Corporation.

It really is the official US visa site, though, and a number of US embassy and consulate webpages point there. This one says explicitly that it is “the ONLY authorized website for the payment of visa fees.”

The reason this is interesting is the page from this official visa site that offers individuals to choose which country they are from:

Three of the entries don’t have flags associated with them.

Two aren’t even a country, but two cities without any apparent link to any country.

It is offensive enough to have the US not identify Jerusalem – any of Jerusalem – as being inside Israel.

But Tel Aviv?

Are they that afraid of offending Arabs and Israel-haters that they cannot even mention the name Israel?

When you click through to either the Tel Aviv or Jerusalem links, both take you to the same page – a page that again cannot say the word “Israel.”


Photo: Elder of Ziyon.

It is true that the US consulate in Jerusalem is mainly concerned with Palestinian Arab affairs. But it is more offensive to eliminate Israel altogether than it would be for the site to say “Israel and the Palestinian territories.”

But if Israel would be mentioned, then Palestinian Arabs would be far more upset than Israelis would be for pretending Israel doesn’t exist. So this site used by the US embassies and consulates worldwide decided it is better to offend Israelis by pretending it doesn’t exist than to offend Palestinians by saying Israel does exist.

This is also apparently the logic behind not putting a flag for Cyprus. Sure it offends Cypriots, but when Turkish people get upset, they get far more upset. Better to eliminate the flag rather than risk the wrath of the Turks.

This website is a perfect example of Western dhimmitude — so sensitive to the possibility of upsetting Muslims that it pro-actively offends non-Muslims to head off even the slightest chance of ugliness.

By: The Algemeiner

http://unitedwithisrael.org/us-visa-website-wont-identify-jerusalem-or-tel-aviv-as-being-in-israel/?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Israel+%27Does+Not+Exist%27+on+US+Visa+Website%3B+African+Muslim+Leaders+Explore+Israeli+Democracy&utm_campaign=20160315_m130268076_Israel+%27Does+Not+Exist%27+on+US+Visa+Website%3B+African+Muslim+Leaders+Explore+Israeli+Democracy&utm_term=SHOCKER_3A+Israel+Does+Not+Exist+on+Official+US+Visa+Website_21


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Mar - 05:53 (2016)    Sujet du message: UN AND US DEMAND ISRAEL RETURN “CONFISCATED” LAND Répondre en citant

UN AND US DEMAND ISRAEL RETURN “CONFISCATED” LAND
 
By Abra Forman March 16, 2016 , 1:30 pm

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“And the LORD appeared unto Avram, and said: ‘Unto thy seed will I give this Land’.” Genesis 12: (The Israel Bible™)




The Judean plain. (Shutterstock)

The US State Department spokesman and United Nations Secretary-General both released statements on Tuesday condemning Israel’s recent appropriation of about 600 acres of land in Judea, accusing the Jewish state of illegal settlement activity which the State Department said will “undermine the prospects for a two-state solution.”

“We strongly oppose any steps that accelerate settlement expansion, which raises serious questions about Israel’s long-term intentions,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said at a news briefing.

The UN’s Ban Ki-moon issued a similar statement through spokesman Stephane Dujarric, who declared, “Settlements are illegal under international law and the secretary-general urges the government of Israel to halt and reverse such actions in the interest of a just and comprehensive peace and a just final status agreement.”

The criticism came after Israel declared 234 hectares, or 580 acres, of West Bank territory to be state land. The area is located south of Jericho and close to the Dead Sea.

It is the largest land “confiscation” since 2014, when Israel declared 4,000 dunams of land in the Bethlehem area to be government property.

All of the “confiscated” lands are located within the Biblical borders of Israel, which stretched east to west from the Dead Sea to the Mediterranean. However, these are not boundaries respected by international law.

In a report by Peace Now, a leftist Israeli NGO, on the “land grab”, the organization said that Israel’s intention was to prevent Palestinian expansion and build up Jewish settlements in the area.

“Control over this area is meant to split the West Bank in half and prevent the possibility to establish a viable and contiguous Palestinian State,” read the report, which also stated that the declaration of appropriation had been made and signed during US Vice President Joe Biden’s Israel visit on March 10.

Issues of building in the so-called settlements – Jewish communities located in Judea, Samaria and the Golan – have loomed large in Israel’s relations with the US, which has repeatedly condemned such expansion and urged Israel to freeze construction in the settlements.

The position of the US, the UN and other international bodies is that the freezing of settlements is necessary to make peace in the region, which they believe can be reached through the implementation of a two-state solution.

Israel, however, does not see the settlement issue as the main obstacle to peace, pointing instead to the fact that though the PA has been offered many generous deals, it has rejected all of them.

Most recently, the PA refused a deal which would give it security control over much of the West Bank, incorporating all of Area A, which includes most large Palestinian cities and villages. The IDF will continue to operate in the area as usual.

http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/63727/un-and-us-accuse-israel-of-stealing-its-own-land-judea-and-samaria/#gAcksr2uHKBKV4Z2.01


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MessagePosté le: Dim 27 Mar - 05:51 (2016)    Sujet du message: CONFLIT ISRAELO-PALESTINIEN : L'ONU APPELLE LA COMMUNAUTE INTERNATIONALE A INTENSIFIER SES EFFORTS Répondre en citant

CONFLIT ISRAELO-PALESTINIEN : L'ONU APPELLE LA COMMUNAUTE INTERNATIONALE A INTENSIFIER SES EFFORTS


Le Coordonnateur spécial de l’ONU pour le processus de paix au Moyen-Orient, Nickolay Mladenov. Photo ONU/Loey Felipe (archives)

24 mars 2016 – A l'occasion d'une réunion du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU, le Coordonnateur spécial pour le processus de paix au Moyen-Orient, Nickolay Mladenov, a appelé jeudi la communauté internationale à intensifier ses efforts pour sortir le conflit israélo-palestinien de l'impasse politique actuelle, notamment dans le cadre d'une nouvelle initiative du Quatuor pour le Moyen-Orient, annoncée la veille.

« Le mois dernier a été marqué par certains des incidents les plus sanglants de la vague de violence que traversent actuellement Israël et la Cisjordanie occupée, y compris Jérusalem-Est », a noté M. Mladenov, soulignant qu'au cours des six derniers mois, 30 Israéliens et 198 Palestiniens ont été tués dans ces violences.
Le Coordonnateur spécial a ainsi estimé que le temps est venu pour la communauté internationale d'envoyer un message clair aux deux parties.

« Au peuple palestinien, nous devons dire très clairement que poignarder les gens dans la rue ne mènera pas à un Etat palestinien », a affirmé M. Mladenov, appelant les médias à cesser de glorifier la violence et les radicaux à ne plus empoisonner l'esprit des jeunes Palestiniens.

« De même, nous devons aussi être très clair et faire comprendre à Israël que la construction de murs, les détentions administratives, les démolitions punitives et les restrictions à la liberté de mouvement ne servent qu'à semer la colère parmi les personnes qui se sentent collectivement humiliées, sanctionnées et victimes de discriminations », a ajouté la Coordonnateur spécial.

M. Mladenov a estimé que des mesures de sécurité ne suffiront pas à endiguer la violence des six derniers mois.

« Voilà pourquoi le Secrétaire général des Nations Unies, l'Union européenne, la Fédération de Russie et les États-Unis d'Amérique, tous membres du Quatuor pour le Moyen-Orient, ont intensifié leurs efforts pour sortir de l'impasse politique actuelle », a-t-il ajouté.

La veille, lors d'une conférence de presse au siège de l'ONU, à New York, le Coordonnateur spécial avait en effet annoncé que le Quatuor travaillait à l'élaboration d'un rapport, qui sera publié dans les prochains mois, afin d'identifier les obstacles à la mise en œuvre d'une solution à deux Etats et de formuler des recommandations sur la marche à suivre.

Dans cette perspective, M. Mladenov a pointé du doigt le manque de volonté des deux parties de résoudre les principaux facteurs à l'origine de l'impasse du processus de paix, qu'il s'agisse, côté israélien, de la poursuite de la colonisation et de l'accélération des démolitions et confiscations de maisons palestiniennes en Cisjordanie occupée, ou, côté palestinien, de l'incapacité à former un gouvernement d'unité nationale, à organiser des élections et à stabiliser la situation sécuritaire à Gaza.

Sur ce dernier point, le Coordonnateur spécial a noté que cinq tirs de roquettes ont été effectués de Gaza vers Israël ce mois-ci, auxquels Israël a répondu, le 12 mars, en effectuant quatre raids aériens à Gaza, qui ont causé la mort de deux enfants palestiniens.

Outre la dimension sécuritaire, M. Mladenov a estimé que la reconstruction de Gaza demeure « extrêmement lente », en raison du rythme insuffisant auquel les donateurs s'acquittent de leurs engagements financiers.

« J'encourage vivement tous les États membres qui ne l'ont pas encore fait à verser leurs engagements sans délai », a-t-il appelé.

Devant les journalistes, la veille, le Coordonateur spécial avait indiqué que seuls 35% des 3,5 milliards de dollars promis à la conférence du Caire en 2014 pour la reconstruction de Gaza ont à ce jour été versés.

News Tracker: autres dépêches sur la question

Conflit israélo-palestinien : l'ONU annonce une nouvelle initiative pour sortir les négociations de l'impasse

http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=36898


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HUGE SHIFT IN ARAB WORLD AS MUSLIM COUNTRIES ACCEPT NATION OF ISRAEL

See all the connection with the Pope of Rome and the jewish-islamic agreements. One more step to the global agenda to take over the land of the Lord and the rebuild of the third Temple. False peace and Security under the disguise of the unity to fight against militant Islam. Here, you have the real enemies of God and humanity .

Max Gelber : Apr 12, 2016 : United With Israel


"Major Arab countries are changing their view of Israel... they don't see Israel anymore as their enemy, but they see Israel as their ally, especially in the battle against militant Islam." -Benjamin Netanyahu


(Kuwait)—In a true sign of change in the Arab world, Kuwaiti media personality Yousuf 'Abd Al-Karim' Al-Zinkawi called on all Arab and Muslim states to recognize Israel, openly and without delay, and stop calling it "the Zionist Entity" or "the Israeli occupation," terms which undermine Israel's legitimacy. (Photo: Wikipedia)

In an article published in the Kuwaiti daily Al-Siyassa on Saturday, he argued that by sitting alongside Israel at the United Nations, these states have already effectively recognized the Jewish State and they should learn from countries like Qatar and Oman that take a pragmatic approach to Israel and maintain ties with it openly.
Al-Zinkawi writes that the vast majority of the world effectively supports Israel's existence, and the Arab states have begun to move in that direction and should complete the process.

"The very presence of the Arab and Islamic states in the UN General Assembly, under the same roof as the Israeli delegation, means... that they recognize Israel. Otherwise, what is the meaning of their presence [there], alongside Israel, which they do not recognize? All those Arab and Islamic states that do not recognize Israel, if they have courage, let them stand before the members of the UN General Assembly, or in a session of the [UN] Security Council, and declare that they do not recognize Israel," Al-Zinkawi challenges them in the Al-Siyassa, according to a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

"Qatar and the Sultanate of Oman deal with the reality of Israel pragmatically, and recognize that it is a fait accompli that we cannot ignore." Despite changes since, these Arab countries maintain bilateral relations in various domains with Israel. "These relations existed openly and directly."

"If the Palestinian state itself—by means of the Palestinian Authority (PA), which is considered to be the legitimate representative of the Palestinians... consolidated its ties with Israel, why do some Arab and Muslim countries take a more proprietary approach than the Palestinians?" he asks.

"The countries that have established ties with Israel understood reality as it was and took active steps to deal with it. The first and foremost of them is Qatar, which recently hosted a beach volleyball tournament, in which Israel took part a few days ago. If for decades we have been maintaining indirect ties with Israel, by means of Israeli companies that [operate under the flags of] other countries—and most Arab and Islamic companies and businessmen are aware of this ridiculous reality—why should we keep up this political charade, and until when?"

Dramatic Shift in the Middle East

Since the Arab Spring and over the course of the past half-decade, the Arab countries' stance towards relations with Israel has shifted dramatically, while a growing number of Arab policy makers have publicly supported open and full relations with the Jewish State.

In January, Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director-General Dore Gold revealed that Israel maintains covert ties with almost all Arab countries.

Gold said Israel maintains contacts with "almost every Arab state, as long as it then does not make it to the front page of the daily newspapers" and said there is "the willingness in the Arab world for ties with Israel under the table," terming at as a "dramatic change."

In February, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for a change in the way countries that have ties with Israel display and express them publicly, adding that Israel is experiencing a dramatic and positive shift in its ties with many countries, and primarily with the Arab world in the Middle East.
"Major Arab countries are changing their view of Israel... they don't see Israel anymore as their enemy, but they see Israel as their ally, especially in the battle against militant Islam," he said.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 20 Avr - 03:25 (2016)    Sujet du message: BIDEN EXPRESSES ‘OVERWHELMING FRUSTATION’ WITH ISRAEL, BLAMES IT FOR FAILURE TO ACHIEVE PEACE Répondre en citant

BIDEN EXPRESSES ‘OVERWHELMING FRUSTATION’ WITH ISRAEL, BLAMES IT FOR FAILURE TO ACHIEVE PEACE



Apr 19, 2016

US Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged “overwhelming frustration” with Israel’s government, claiming Prime Minister Netanyahu has led Israel in the wrong direction, in an unusually sharp rebuke of America’s closest ally in the Middle East.

Biden, in a speech to the extreme left-wing Jewish American J Street organization, offered a grim outlook for peace efforts, reflecting dim hopes for progress during the remainder of the Obama administration.

Although he said Israelis and Palestinians shared blame for undermining trust and shirking responsibility, he was emphatic in his critique of Netanyahu’s government, suggesting his approach raised “profound questions” about how Israel could remain both Jewish and democratic.

“I firmly believe that the actions that Israel’s government has taken over the past several years — the steady and systematic expansion of settlements, the legalization of outposts, land seizures — they’re moving us and more importantly they’re moving Israel in the wrong direction,” Biden said.

He said those policies were moving Israel toward a “one-state reality” — meaning a single state for Palestinians and Israelis in which eventually, Israeli Jews will no longer be the majority.

“That reality is dangerous,” Biden added.


PM Netanyahu and Vice President Joe Biden. (Amit Shabi/POOL)

Biden, who met in March with both Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas, said he came away from that trip discouraged about prospects for peace anytime soon.

Still, he said it was the US obligation to guarantee Israel’s security and to “push them as hard as we can” toward a two-state solution despite “our sometimes overwhelming frustration with the Israeli government.”

“There is at the moment no political will that I observed from either Israelis or Palestinians to go forward with serious negotiations,” Biden said.

The vice president’s remarks to J Street, a dovish Israel advocacy group that frequently criticizes Netanyahu, came at the height of a campaign season in which candidates have been scrutinized over their adherence to traditionally stalwart US support for Israel. Ahead of Tuesday’s primary in New York, Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders has sparked controversy for saying the US should be even-handed and mustn’t always say that Netanyahu is right.

Biden also singled out Palestinian leaders, including Abbas, for declining to condemn acts of terrorism carried out against Israelis, in a nod to the seven-month wave of Palestinian terror attacks. He said of Monday’s bus bombing that wounded scores in Jerusalem that the US condemns “misguided cowards” who resort to violence.

“No matter what legitimate disagreements the Palestinian people have with Israel, there is never justification for terrorism,” Biden said. “No leader should fail to condemn as terrorists those who commit such brutalities.”

Biden’s tough talk about a key US partner reflected diminishing patience within the White House as President Barack Obama’s term nears an end, compounded by deep disagreements over Iran and a strained relationship between the leaders of both countries.

In recent weeks, the Obama administration has left open the possibility that it could support or at least not block an anti-Israel UN resolution laying out parameters for a future peace deal, a possibility that Israel has railed against.

In another dig at Netanyahu and his Likud party, Biden singled out for praise Stav Shaffir, a young member of Israel’s parliament and Netanyahu critic from the left wing of Israeli politics.

“May your views begin to once again become the majority opinion in the Knesset,” Biden said.

By: AP

http://unitedwithisrael.org/biden-expresses-overwhelming-frustration-with-israel-blames-it-for-failure-to-achieve-peace/?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=%27Frustrated%27+Biden+Blames+Israel+for+Peace+Failure%3B+CNN+Reports+Terror+Attack+as+%27Bus+Fire%27&utm_campaign=20160419_m130928805_%27Frustrated%27+Biden+Blames+Israel+for+Peace+Failure%3B+CNN+Reports+Terror+Attack+as+%27Bus+Fire%27&utm_term=Biden+Expresses+_27Overwhelming+Frustration_27_2C+Blames+Israel+for+Failure+to+Achieve+Peace


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20 avril 2016 Constance Roques Rome


Mgr Bernardito Auza, Mission du Saint-Siège à l'ONU à New-York

Mgr Bernardito Auza, observateur permanent du Saint-Siège à l’ONU, est intervenu ce lundi 18 avril pendant un Débat ouvert du Conseil de sécurité consacré à « La situation au Moyen-Orient, y compris la question palestinienne ».

Monsieur le Président,

Le Saint-Siège félicite la présidence chinoise d’avoir apporté le sujet du Moyen-Orient à l’attention de la communauté européenne au moyen de ce Débat ouvert du Conseil de sécurité.

Le Saint-Siège partage avec M. Nikolay Mladenov la même grande préoccupation devant le risque d’échec de la solution de deux États entre Israël et la Palestine ; en effet, les discussions sont bloquées et la rhétorique incendiaire, les actes de terreur et les actions unilatérales sabordent les efforts pour restaurer un processus de dialogue et de compromis acceptables. Devant un scénario aussi frustrant, le pape François plaide avec à la fois les autorités israéliennes et palestiniennes afin que l’on considère le besoin de paix de leur peuple et que l’on poursuive courageusement la voie du dialogue, de la réconciliation et de la paix simplement parce qu’il n’existe pas d’autre chemin.

Lors de sa visite de mai 2014 en Jordanie, Palestine et Israël, le pape François a exprimé sa préoccupation particulière pour la Ville sainte de Jérusalem, patrimoine des religions monothéistes du monde et « ville d’une importance universelle ». Jérusalem signifie « ville de la paix ». C’est ce que Dieu veut qu’elle soit et c’est le désir de toutes les personnes de bonne volonté. Malheureusement, pourtant, Jérusalem demeure profondément troublée à cause de conflits de longue date.

Le Saint-Siège croit fermement que la solution des deux États offre la meilleure possibilité d’un règlement pacifique. Le pape François a réaffirmé cette position à l’aéroport de Tel Aviv, lorsqu’il a plaidé à la fois pour une reconnaissance du droit de l’État d’Israël à exister et à se développer en paix et en sécurité à l’intérieur de frontières internationalement reconnues, et pour la création d’un État de la Palestine viable, une patrie souveraine où les Palestiniens puissent vivre dans la paix, la dignité et la liberté. La solution des deux États doit devenir réalité et ne pas rester qu’un rêve.

Ma délégation désire réitérer l’appel que le pape François a lancé à l’attention des Autorités palestiniennes, le 25 mai 2014 à Bethléem : « Le moment est arrivé pour tous d’avoir le courage de la générosité et de la créativité au service du bien, le courage de la paix, qui s’appuie sur la reconnaissance, de la part de tous, du droit de deux États à exister et à jouir de la paix et de la sécurité dans des frontières internationalement reconnues. »

Le Saint-Siège espère que l’Accord global entre le Saint-Siège et l’État de Palestine, qui est entré pleinement en vigueur le 2 janvier 2016, encouragera toutes les parties du conflit à s’engager sincèrement dans une solution négociée et pacifique. Dans la réalité complexe du Moyen-Orient, le Saint-Siège espère que l’Accord pourra servir d’exemple de dialogue et de coopération, en particulier pour d’autre pays à majorité arabe et musulmane.

Monsieur le Président,

Le Saint-Siège renouvelle son appel pour qu’une attention particulière soit accordée au Liban où les réfugiés des conflits voisins constituent presque un quart de la population. Le Parlement du Liban doit agir pour élire un président. Cela fera bientôt deux ans que le Liban est sans président, en une période d’instabilité dans la région et de croissance d’acteurs non étatiques dangereux. La communauté internationale doit aider les responsables du Liban à stabiliser constitutionnellement leur propre gouvernement et à faire face à l’immense fardeau de la population de réfugiés.

Ma délégation appelle la communauté internationale à prendre des mesures politiques collectives pour juguler la propagation du fondamentalisme et de l’extrémisme qui sèment la terreur dans tant de pays de la région, en Afrique du Nord et dans de nombreuses parties du monde. On ne peut s’opposer à l’internationalisation de la terreur que par une réponse internationale collective. La terreur idéologique ne peut être efficacement vaincue par l’action militaire seule, mais aussi en s’adressant aux causes sous-jacentes auxquelles s’alimente le terrorisme international. Le mensonge et le blasphème des groupes terroristes qui prétendent tuer et opprimer au nom de la religion doivent être ouvertement dénoncés dans les termes les plus virulents possibles. Les responsables religieux, en particulier, ont la grave responsabilité de condamner leurs coreligionnaires qui utilisent la religion pour justifier la violence.

Enfin, le Saint-Siège fait appel une fois encore à la communauté internationale afin qu’elle entende le cri des communautés de chrétiens et d’autres groupes minoritaires ethniques et religieux assiégées au Moyen-Orient, qui sont discriminés, persécutés, massacrés, brûlés vifs ou noyés parce qu’ils ne partagent pas les points de vue idéologiques ou religieux de leurs persécuteurs. Leur inculturation très pacifique en tant que minorités dans la culture majoritaire a fait d’eux des cibles spécifiques de la violence extrémiste qui les force à fuir leur maison et à abandonner leurs biens et leur patrie, risquant tout, en traversant des déserts inhospitaliers et des mers périlleuses, en quête de rives plus calmes et de communautés accueillantes qu’ils ne trouvent malheureusement pas toujours. Ma délégation espère que la visite du pape François il y a deux jours auprès des migrants et des réfugiés échoués sur l’île grecque de Lesbos a touché de nombreux cœurs.

Je vous remercie, Monsieur le Président.

© Traduction de Zenit, Constance Roques

https://fr.zenit.org/articles/la-solution-des-deux-etats-doit-devenir-realite-par-mgr-auza/



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PALESTINIANS BACK FRENCH MEETING ON ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN PEACE

By EDITH M. LEDERER

Apr. 21, 2016 3:48 PM EDT

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Palestinians said Thursday they strongly support a French initiative to hold a ministerial meeting, probably on May 30, as a first step to an international conference aimed at reviving the long-stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki said Palestinian and French leaders agreed during meetings in Paris a few days ago that the French initiative should move ahead and not be jeopardized "in any way" by Palestinian efforts to get the U.N. Security Council to adopt a resolution that would condemn Israeli settlements as an obstacle to peace.

He said the draft resolution has been given to Arab ambassadors and an Arab ministerial committee will be meeting very soon to decide when to give "the green light" to circulate the draft resolution to the 15 council members.

Malki spoke after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met the current council president, China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi.

France's former foreign minister Laurent Fabius said in January that the government was planning to host an international conference to bring Israel and the Palestinians together along with their American, European and Arab partners in order "to make happen a two-state solution."

If the attempt faces a deadlock, Fabius said, France will recognize a Palestinian state.

France's Socialist government supports the idea of two states but had previously argued that it was too early for outright recognition of a Palestinian state.

Malki told reporters the Palestinians were expecting a phone call shortly from French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault confirming the date of the ministerial meeting.

"We welcome that, and we are looking forward really to help to see that such initiative and such meeting in Paris will provide the right parameters in order, really, to move forward towards the international conference," Malki said.

He said the Palestinians were not upset that neither they nor the Israelis would be invited to the initial ministerial meeting, just to later stages.

French and Israeli officials did not immediately return calls for comment.

Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian U.N. ambassador, told reporters that the meeting with China's Liu provided president Abbas "with significant information about the mood in the Security Council" for a new resolution. He said that Liu told Abbas "the mood is positive."

Liu expressed hope "that we can do something substantive and concrete during our presidency" which ends on April 30. There will be a council meeting next week on the Israel-Palestinian issue, and he urged members and the international community to "do their very best to move the negotiated solution forward and to work to try to stop the settlement activities, the violence."

The last peace negotiations, mediated by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, collapsed in April 2014, and the period since has been fraught with conflict. A war between Gaza militants and Israel later that year killed more than 2,200 Palestinians and 73 Israelis, and there is no end in sight to the current round of deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence that erupted last fall.

Israel says the current violence is fueled by a Palestinian campaign of lies and incitement. The Palestinians say it springs from frustrations over nearly half a century of Israeli occupation and failed peace efforts.

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/066740aa4a7541f1a4ee5af58999b359/palestinians-back-french-meeting-israel-palestinian-peace



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... J’ai répondu à l’invitation de « Fréquence protestante » dans l’émission de ce samedi soir, de 18h30 à 19h, qui m’a interrogé sur mon déplacement en Palestine et des initiatives possibles de la France pour créer les conditions d’un nouveau processus de discussions. Après la visite du Président Palestinien, une première réunion ministérielle associant une vingtaine  de pays, l’Union Européenne et l’ONU aura lieu, à l’initiative de la France, le 30 mai 2016...

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CHURCHES IN USA AND HOLY LAND ISSUE PEACE STATEMENT

22 April 2016

At the conclusion of a first-ever summit of churches in the USA and the Holy Land, participants issued a peace statement that underscores the theological and ethical urgency for a just peace in the Holy Land.

The document, entitled “Pursuing Peace and Strengthening Presence: The Atlanta Summit of Churches in the USA and the Holy Land,” affirmed that Christian churches have a responsibility to take an active role in bringing the chronic conflict to a just peace.

Participants in the summit, held 19-20 April in Atlanta, Georgia (USA), discussed the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as well as challenges to peace throughout the Middle East region.

“A just peace would take away from those who take advantage by exploiting this conflict to serve their own motives, thereby compounding the perpetuation of injustices,” states the text.

The peace statement calls for the end of continuing occupation of Palestinian lands beyond the 1967 borders. “We need to focus on bringing an end to the many elements of occupation including second class citizenship that is an affront to Christ’s message of love and inclusivity,” reads the document. “The continuing expansion of illegal Israeli settlements on Palestinian lands increasingly dims the hopes and realistic prospects for a two-state solution and is a major threat to peace.”

Full statement: "Pursuing Peace and Strengthening Presence: The Atlanta Summit of Churches in the USA and the Holy Land"
Churches of the Holy Land attend summit in the United States (WCC news release 21 April 2016)
WCC solidarity with churches in the Middle East

WCC Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace

http://www.oikoumene.org/en/press-centre/news/churches-in-usa-and-holy-land…


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"PURSUING PEACE AND STRENGTHENING PRESENCE : THE ATLANTA SUMMIT OF CHURCHES IN THE USA AND THE HOLY LAND" THE CARTER CENTER, ATLANTA, GA, APRIL 19 TO APRIL 20, 2016


CHURCHES IN USA AND HOLY LAND ISSUE PEACE STATEMENT (LES ÉGLISES AUX USA ET LA TERRE SAINTE EMETTENT UN PLAN DE PAIX)

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Pour la protection du peuple palestinien en cette année de Jubilé catholique. Ce jubilé n'est pas le Jubilé de Dieu mais l'Eglise Universelle va se servir d'un verset de la Bible, concernant le vrai Jubilé de Dieu pour donner la Terre Sainte à la Palestine. Avec une emphase pour les chrétiens qui enseigneraient une fausse doctrine sur ce sujet. Vous voyez, encore une fois, la guerre contre le peuple de Dieu, qui se tient debout pour la descendance de Jacob et non pas d'Esau, qui bien qu'il fut descendant d'Abraham a renié le Dieu d'Abraham pour s'attacher aux doctrines des cananéens et des cultes païens. L'Eglise des temps de la fin qui s'est unie à Rome s'est laissé corrompre tout comme Esaü l'a fait et aujourd'hui prend à parti le peuple de Dieu spirituel en l'accusant d'être une cause de divisions et d'obstacle à la paix.

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2. 2017 marquera 50 ans depuis l'occupation de la Cisjordanie, y compris Jérusalem-Est et Gaza. Dans la Bible, la 50e année est une année de jubilé lorsque la terre est remis à ses propriétaires originaux, une année de pardon de la liberté et de la miséricorde.
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2017 will mark 50 years since the occupation of the West Bank including East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. In the Bible, the 50th year is a year of jubilee when land is given back to its original owners, a year of freedom forgiveness and mercy.
P.1

In Peacemaking :
k- Exercise our obligation to educate our constituencies regarding the damaging consequences of certain versions of dispensationalist theology and fundamentalist Christian teachings that create obstacles to peace, the two-state solution and peaceful coexistence in present-day Palestine and Israel.
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k-Exercer notre obligation d'éduquer nos électeurs en ce qui concerne les conséquences dommageables de certaines versions de la théologie dispensationaliste et enseignements des chrétiens fondamentalistes qui créent des obstacles à la paix, à la solution à deux Etats et la coexistence pacifique dans l'actuelle Palestine et Israël.
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CHURCHES OF THE HOLY LAND ATTEND SUMMIT IN THE UNITED STATES




21 April 2016


Leaders from churches in the Holy Land met with the heads of faith-based organizations and churches in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on 19-20 April for a summit that explored the role of US churches in peacemaking in the Middle East.

World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit helped to open the summit with words about a pilgrimage of justice and peace, saying that churches have a new opportunity to look into the future together with hope. “With a change of heart in the US, there will be a drive to change in the Holy Land,” he said.

Participants discussed topics such as the role of pilgrimages in peace-building and investing in Palestine. They then compiled “The Atlanta Church Summit Document,” which outlined recommendations made by subcommittees that met during the two-day event.

Former US President Jimmy Carter offered recommendations and a closing address. Carter emphasized that his personal commitment to justice and peace for Israel and Palestine has steadfastly remained for many years. The summit, Carter and other participants agreed, was a unique gathering because church leaders from the US and the Holy Land met to share their commitment to peace in the Holy Land.

Patriarch Theofilos III, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, offered insights into churches’ roots in the Holy Land. “The church that was revealed in Jerusalem  has maintained a Christian presence and responsibility,” he said. “The Holy Land is the center of encounter between people and God. We long for a civilization of inclusivity.”

Patriarch Fouad Twal, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, spoke about the pole of churches and church-related organizations in the Holy Land. “The role of the church in the Holy Land is the continuation of Jesus Christ’s work,” he said. “One of our duties is to find the end of the struggle and to speak out about the obstacles of peace.”

He believes churches have the power to break down walls to create a mentality for a new society. “We are determined despite all challenges,” he said.

In speaking about the prophetic role of the church in the search for peace and justice in the Holy Land, Bishop Munib Younan, bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, urged Christians to pressure their governments to support international resolutions to end the occupation. “Churches are not the only source of prophetic voice,” he said. “Sometimes they should also be receiving prophetic voices by civil society.”

Part of the challenge is informing US churches about the issues in the Holy Land, said Bishop Elizabeth Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. “Our people in America do not know the situation on the ground,” she said.

Most Rev. Oscar Cantú, bishop of Las Cruces and chairman of the Committee on International Justice and Peace, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, spoke of Palestinians “suffering without hope,” thus for many of them, he said, the only possibility is to leave.

“It makes me mad that my tax money only adds to their suffering,” he concluded.

WCC solidarity with churches in the Middle East
WCC Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace

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THE WCC AND THE PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI CONFLICT






A WCC inter-church aid project in the 1950s.




A historical overview
The WCC has been deeply involved in efforts for peace in the Holy Land since 1948 when the state of Israel was created and the WCC formally established. Even before 1948, the WCC in-process-of-formation sought to help European Jews escape from Nazi-occupied territories in Europe and helped them emigrate to safe havens. It later assisted Palestinian refugees displaced as a result of Partition. The WCC has repeatedly called for a comprehensive peace agreement that would assure the rights, well-being and security of the Israeli and Palestinian peoples.


The WCC has encouraged dialogue between Christians, Jews and Muslims to promote tolerance and harmonious relationships. Already at its first Assembly, in 1948, churches of the WCC acknowledged both the state of Israel and the right of Palestinians to a state of their own. Ever since, the WCC has maintained close relations with member churches and Christian communities in Jerusalem.

From 1995 onward, the WCC focused attention on Jerusalem as a key to peace in the wider region, calling for the city to be an open city, shared between its two peoples and three faiths. With the breakdown of the Oslo peace process in the late 1990s, the provocative visit of Ariel Sharon to the Esplanade in Jerusalem and the resulting second Palestinian uprising, the WCC has intensified its international advocacy efforts on behalf of Palestinians living under occupation, Christian and Muslim. Meanwhile, more and more Palestinian Christians have been forced to emigrate as a result of Israeli occupation of their lands, discriminatory practices against Palestinians and in search of a new life far from the conflict. 

In February 2001, the WCC Central Committee called on the WCC general secretary and staff to strengthen efforts for a comprehensive peace based on justice and security for all peoples of the region. 

As recommended by an ecumenical delegation that subsequently visited the Holy Land in June 2001 and an August 2001 consultation of churches and ecumenical partners from the region and beyond, the WCC started an "Ecumenical campaign to End the Illegal Occupation of Palestine: Support a Just Peace in the Middle East" in 2002. The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel also arose from this campaign. 

Meeting in February 2005, the WCC Central Committee reminded the Council's member churches "with investment funds, that they have an opportunity to use those funds responsibly in support of peaceful solutions" to the Israel/Palestine conflict. The WCC governing body encouraged the Council's then 347 member churches "to give serious consideration to economic measures that are equitable, transparent and non-violent". One way to work for peace is to avoid economic links to illegal activities related to the Israeli occupation. 

A week of international church action for peace in Palestine and Israel, convened annually by the World Council of Churches, since 2006, mobilizes churches around the world to educate their members about the conflict, take public actions and advocate with political leaders for peace with justice. 

In 2007 churches from every region of the world gathered in Amman, Jordan, to establish the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum. The forum's purpose is "to catalyze and co-ordinate" new and existing church advocacy for peace. Participating churches and related organizations are to work together to end the occupation of Palestinian territories in accordance with the relevant UN resolutions and demonstrate their commitment to inter-religious action for peace and to justice that serves all peoples of the region.



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MessagePosté le: Sam 30 Avr - 04:05 (2016)    Sujet du message: LE PATRIARCHE TWAL A ATLANTA : “LE GOUVERNEMENT AMERICAIN NE PEUT PLUS ECHOUER A TROUVER UNE SOLUTION” Répondre en citant


Dans cet article, le Conseil Mondial des Eglises n'est pas mentionné, mais les articles, en anglais, nous prouve que le CME est très impliqué dans tout ce processus.



LE PATRIARCHE TWAL A ATLANTA : “LE GOUVERNEMENT AMERICAIN NE PEUT PLUS ECHOUER A TROUVER UNE SOLUTION”

Posté on 26 Avr 2016 in Actualité locale, Patriarche, Politique & Société, Slide, Voyages FT


ETATS-UNIS – Le 19 avril 2016, le Sommet d’Atlanta des Eglises des Etats-Unis et de Terre Sainte a eu lieu au Centre Carter à Atlanta. La conférence, intitulée “Poursuivre la paix et en renforcer la présence” a été coordonnée par le Comité supérieur des affaires des Églises de Palestine.

La conférence a abordé les nombreuses questions relatives à la situation du peuple palestinien, les difficultés quotidiennes auxquels ils font face, notamment aux checkpoints israéliens qui les empêchent entre autres d’avoir un libre accès aux lieux saints.

Dans son discours, Sa Béatitude Fouad Twal, Patriarche latin de Jérusalem, a lancé un appel : “à la lumière de cette tragédie et de l’injustice quotidienne perpétrée contre les Palestiniens, ne permettez que le gouvernement des États-Unis continue à échouer à trouver une solution, mais devenez au contraire de plus grands défenseurs de la cause de la paix “. Il a ajouté: “L’un de nos principaux défis est de rester debout aux côtés de tous ceux qui essaient de trouver une solution aux problèmes que suscitent la violence, les conflits et la guerre, comme la construction de nouvelles colonies. Les leaders de l’Église doivent avoir le courage de prendre la parole en faveur de la justice et de la liberté, pour les Juifs comme pour les Arabes.” Le Patriarche a également souligné la nécessité de mener ce combat d’une manière qui soit cohérente avec notre identité chrétienne.

Un autre défi auquel l’Église de Terre Sainte doit faire face est celui de l’exode de ses fidèles : les convaincre de rester et de construire leur avenir dans un pays où beaucoup d’entre eux se sentent marginalisés et menacés. “Ce défi nous oblige à être plus créatif et à être le plus efficace possible pour apporter des solutions aux questions de formation professionnelle, d’emploi ou de logement.” Le Patriarche a ajouté : “L’Eglise doit faire fructifier les énergies de tous les hommes et femmes de bonne volonté au service de l’éducation et du développement spirituel, politique et économique, pour construire une culture de paix et de respect mutuel qui garantira un avenir meilleur pour nos enfants”.

Dans une région où la construction de murs pour se séparer les uns des autres est la norme, l’Eglise ouvre ses portes à tous, sans distinction de religion, de genre ou de nationalité. “Notre Église doit s’appuyer sur ses relations avec l’Eglise universelle et avec les organisations humanitaires et religieuses à travers le monde pour une plus grande solidarité et pour élever la voix afin que soient détruits tous les murs. Toutes nos institutions contribuent à constituer un terrain de rencontre et de dialogue pour créer une nouvelle mentalité et une nouvelle génération de leaders pour une nouvelle société “.

Aux côtés du Patriarche Twal, cinq autres dirigeants de l’Église de Terre Sainte étaient présents à la conférence : Sa Béatitude Theophilos III, Patriarche orthodoxe de Jérusalem, le père Ibrahim Faltas, trésorier de la Custodie franciscaine de Terre Sainte, le père George Ayyoub, chancelier du Patriarcat latin, Mgr Mounib Younan, évêque de l’Eglise évangélique luthérienne en Jordanie et en Terre Sainte, Mgr Suheil Dawani, de l’Eglise épiscopale de Jérusalem et du Moyen-Orient, et le père Mitri Raheb, directeur du Dar Annadwa College.

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"PURSUING PEACE AND STRENGTHENING PRESENCE : THE ATLANTA SUMMIT OF CHURCHES IN THE USA AND THE HOLY LAND" THE CARTER CENTER, ATLANTA, GA, APRIL 19 TO APRIL 20, 2016








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NETANYAHU : FRENCH INITIATIVE REDUCES CHANCE OF PEACE

May 9, 2016

Responding to reports on the French initiative in January, Prime Minister Netanyahu rejected the French initiative, saying Israel would not accept a process that would harm its security and force it to make concessions, while the Palestinians refuse to negotiate.

By: Aryeh Savir, World Israel News
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected again the French initiative to hold an international conference in Paris on the diplomatic process between Israel and the Palestinians, saying that such initiatives allow the Palestinians to avoid direct negotiations thereby making peace more remote.

Netanyahu made the remarks while meeting with on Monday with Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders.

Responding to reports on the French initiative in January, Netanyahu rejected the French initiative, saying Israel would not accept a process that would harm its security and force it to make concessions, while the Palestinians refuse to negotiate.

“This will be an incentive for the Palestinians to come and not compromise,” Netanyahu warned.

“The substance of negotiations is compromise and the French initiative, as it has been reported, in effect gives the Palestinians in advance reasons not to do so,” the premier explained, expressing his hope that “we will see a sobering up on this issue.”

Netanyahu said that Israel will continue to fight the French initiative, reiterating that Israel’s position “is very clear: we are prepared to enter into direct negotiations without preconditions and without dictated conditions.”

The French have long been promoting international initiatives to coerce Israel into a diplomatic process that would harm its security, including endorsing a European Union (EU) condemnation of Israeli policies.

France has scheduled an international conference in France for May 30, to which Israel and the Palestinians were not invited, but have reportedly canceled the event until further notice.

Beyond the French initiative, the two discussed bilateral relations between Israel and Belgium. Reynders again thanked Netanyahu for Israel’s offer of assistance and cooperation following the Brussels terrorist attack in March, in which Muslim terrorists attacked the airport and a train, killing 35 and wounding hundreds.

They also discussed the threat posed by Islamic terror to the region and to Europe, a threat shared by both countries.

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ISRAEL FEARS OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ADOPTING TOUGHER STANCE AGAINST JUDEA AND SAMARIA COMMUNITIES

May 8, 2016

The soon-to-be released Quartet report is sure to infuriate Israel, where officials are already bracing for expected criticism. Although the mediators will endorse some long-standing Palestinian positions, the Palestinians are likely to complain the report does not go far enough.

By: AP


Palestinian Authority head Mahmoud Abbas (L) and PM Netanyhau in 2010. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

The United States will endorse a tougher tone with Israel in an upcoming report published by the Quartet, the group of four mediators involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: the European Union (EU), the United Nations (UN), Russia and the United States (US).  The report takes the Jewish state to task over Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria, demolitions and property seizures of Palestinian assets, diplomats told The Associated Press.

The US and its fellow Mideast mediators also will chastise Palestinian leaders for failing to rein in anti-Israeli violence. But the diplomats involved in drafting the document said its primary focus will be a surge of construction in Jewish housing in the West Bank and east Jerusalem.

The US approval of the harsh language marks a subtle shift. Washington has traditionally tempered statements by the so-called “Quartet” of mediators with careful diplomatic language, but the diplomats said the US in this case will align itself closer to the positions of the other Quartet members, who [wrongly] emphasize Israel’s role in the Mideast impasse.

The report’s release is sure to infuriate Israel, where officials are already bracing for expected criticism. And on the other side, although the mediators will endorse some long-standing Palestinian positions, the Palestinians are likely to complain the report does not go far enough.

Diplomats acknowledge the report, which could come out in late May or June, will be largely symbolic, requiring no action. It could be unveiled at the UN and possibly sent to the Security Council (UNSC) for an endorsement, according to the diplomats, who included three US officials. They all demanded anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the unfinished work publicly.

The diplomats said the report is intended to highlight obstacles to a two-state peace agreement — the stated goal of both Israeli and Palestinian leaders — and offer recommendations for restarting negotiations in a process that is stalled.

One diplomat said the report would be “balanced” because it would criticize the Palestinians for incitement and violence against Israeli citizens. Near-daily attacks in recent months by Palestinians, mostly stabbings, have murdered 33 victims.

But the diplomat added that those involved in writing the report understand the focus on Israel will be its most contentious aspect.

Another diplomat said Israel will be put “on notice” that its appropriation of land isn’t going unnoticed.

The document won’t look only at Israel’s activity in Jerusalem activity and the Judea and Samaria construction, but also at a “problematic trend” of legalizing smaller so-called outposts, the officials said. In addition, it will criticize Israel for a growing backlog of housing block approvals.

In 1972, there were just over 10,000 Israeli citizens, with 1,500 living in Judea and Samaria and the rest in east Jerusalem. Two decades later, by the time of the Oslo peace accords, there were 231,200 Israelis living in these areas. That number rose to 365,000 by 2000, when the second violent Palestinian uprising began, and 474,000 by the time Benjamin Netanyahu became Israel’s prime minister again in 2008.

The communities in Judea and Samaria are now home to more than 570,000 Israelis, according to the Israeli anti-settlement watchdog Peace Now — 370,000 in Judea and Samaria and 200,000 in Jerusalem.

Some 2.2 million Palestinians live in Judea and Samaria, with another 300,000 in east Jerusalem.

The Quartet – An Irrelevant Entity
 
The Quartet, which is supposed to guide the two parties to peace, has been largely irrelevant for the past several years.

It was created in 2002 at a low point in the Israeli-Palestinian relationship and in the years since has held sporadic meetings. Most have ended with bland statements condemning violence, criticizing Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria and calling for both sides to improve security and the atmosphere for peace talks.

The new report will repeat those calls, but the diplomats said they hoped the new criticism of Israel, in particular, would jolt the parties into action.

The Palestinians recently put off their push for a new UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria, in part because of the coming report, the diplomats said. And with anti-Israel sentiment growing in Europe, France may delay a planned May 30 meeting of foreign ministers on the situation.

The French also are talking about hosting a Mideast peace conference this summer. US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to discuss the French initiative with Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault while on a trip to Paris next week.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 22 Mai - 02:45 (2016)    Sujet du message: FRANCE TO HOST MIDDLE EAST PEACE CONFERENCE Répondre en citant



FRANCE TO HOST MIDDLE EAST PEACE CONFERENCE


Talks to take place without Israeli and Palestinian participation which France believes will ease negotiations later.


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Israel's PM has opposed the international conference, insisting on direct talks [AP]

An international conference aimed at reviving peace efforts between Palestinians and Israelis is set to take place on June 3 in Paris, according to Jean-Marc Ayrault, France's foreign minister.

The initiative to relaunch peace efforts was launched by France late last month. Egypt offered to serve as a mediator, saying it would "make every effort" towards a solution.

The ministerial-level talks will host the Middle East Quartet, which includes the US, Russia, the EU and the UN, as well as the Arab League, the UN Security Council and about 20 countries, without Israeli or Palestinian participation.

The French hope that beginning with non-direct talks could help ease the way for an agreement later.

John Kerry, US secretary of state, welcomed the French and Egyptian efforts on Thursday, saying he would attend the international conference in Paris.

"I told [the French] that I would be there," Kerry said after discussing the June 3 date with Ayrault.

"What we are seeking to do is to help encourage the parties to be able to see a way forward, so that they can understand that peace is indeed a possibility."

While the Palestinians have welcomed the efforts, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, says his country is opposed to an international conference, insisting on direct negotiations.

Kerry said any peace effort would require compromise from both sides.

"In the end, ... the parties themselves have to make the decision to actually negotiate, and in that clearly there will have to be some compromise," he said. 
For his part, Ayrault gave warning that the situation on the ground between Israel and the Palestinians is "deteriorating every day".


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"We do not want to resign ourselves to this spiral of violence that affects both the Israelis and the Palestinians," he said.

US efforts to broker a two-state deal collapsed in April 2014.

In the latest wave of violence since October, the Israeli army has killed at least 206 Palestinians, including protesters, bystanders and alleged attackers, while 33 Israelis have been killed in stabbing and shooting incidents.

Palestinian leaders say a younger generation sees no hope for the future living under Israeli security restrictions and with a stifled economy.

Source: Agencies

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UN GAVE WESTERN WALL TO ARABS, IS JERUSALEM NEXT?

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz May 20, 2016 , 12:51 pm

verse a écrit:

If I forget thee, O Yerushalayim, let my right hand forget her cunning. Let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth, if I remember thee not; if I set not Yerushalayim above my chiefest joy. Remember, O LORD, against the children of Edom the day of Yerushalayim; who said: ‘Rase it, rase it, even to the foundation thereof.’” Psalms 137:5-7 (The Israel Bible™)




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Three weeks after renaming the Western Wall Al-Buraq, a Muslim holy site, the UN is now considering a demand by the Palestinian Authority to censor an exhibition because it mentions a Jewish connection to Jerusalem.

The furor surrounds an exhibit in a corridor near a popular cafe in the UN basement. Several panels depict Israel’s Arabs, its technology innovations and other aspects of Israeli life. One panel depicts Jerusalem, referring to it as, “the spiritual and physical capital of the Jewish people.”

Palestinian Charge d’Affaires Feda Abdelhady-Nasser wrote to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and General Assembly President Mogens Lykketoft demanding the panel be removed.

The letter said any references “which purport to assert Israeli sovereignty on this land … are legally, politically and morally incorrect and unacceptable.”

In the letter, which was also circulated publicly, Abdelhady-Nasser said the “misleading and inappropriate depictions of Jerusalem … negate the Palestinian existence in the city as well as its historical Arab, Muslim and Christian identity and heritage over the centuries.”

She said the UN Security Council and General Assembly “have clearly rejected Israel’s illegal annexation of east Jerusalem” and called on Ban and Lykketoft to take “the necessary measures for the removal of the … panel.”

UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the Israeli mission followed the rules for mounting an exhibition.

“While the UN tries to balance the wishes of the country wishing to exhibit without offending another country”, he said, it “is not an exact science and … is not always easy.”

Sections of the exhibition were ordered removed by UN officials in April, but the decision was reversed after Israel protested.

Jerusalem was declared the capital when Israel became a nation in 1948, and that status was reinforced in 1967 when Israeli forces conquered the entire city. The Basic Law-Jerusalem in 1980 affirmed that the holy places of all religions be protected from desecration, free access to them be guaranteed.

The Palestinian Authority is demanding that Jerusalem be declared its capital, though the city has never been the capital of any other religion or nation other than the Jews. Jerusalem was largely neglected and ignored under the Ottoman Empire and Islamic claims to its holy sites, despite being accepted by UNESCO, are without basis.

Palestinian claims to the city contravene the UN’s original declaration that Jerusalem remain a ‘corpus separatum’, or international city administered by the UN.

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RENCONTRE PREPARATOIRE POUR UNE INITIATIVE DE PAIX

















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MessagePosté le: Sam 4 Juin - 06:35 (2016)    Sujet du message: PARIS FLOODS PEAK DURING 'PEACE TALK' PUSH Répondre en citant

PARIS FLOODS PEAK DURING 'PEACE TALK' PUSH

DIVINE MESSAGE? NATURAL DISASTER DECLARED, LOUVRE ARTWORK EVACUATED AS RIVER SEINE HITS 1982 RECORD - SAME DAY AS FRENCH INITIATIVE TALKS

By Ari Yashar
First Publish: 6/3/2016, 12:28 PM


River Seine floods in Paris with Eiffel Tower in background
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In an ironic twist of fate, the same Friday that the international conference of the French initiative to force peace talks on Israel was launched in Paris, floodwaters in the capital city reached peak levels in what has been declared as a natural disaster.

The River Seine in Paris is set to reach six meters (19 feet) above its normal levels on Friday, causing the prestigious Louvre and Orsay museums to close as staff anxiously rushes to move famous artworks out of the flood path.

Heavy rains over the last week have caused massive flooding in the region and inflicted a heavy toll, leaving ten dead in southern Germany and one dead in France. Thousands of residents have been forced out of their homes to escape the flooding.

The floodwaters are set to only rise further in Paris, as more heavy rain is predicted over the weekend with a possibility of upwards of 50 millimeters (2 inches) in just a few hours, reports BBC.

France's environment ministry revealed that the River Seine has not reached its current height since 1982, in an indication of the severity of the flood.

Over 5,000 people have been evacuated from towns in central France during the course of the week and 19,000 homes are without power, reports AFP.

French President Francois Hollande on Thursday declared a state of natural disaster for the worst hit areas of the flooding, so as to release emergency funds for local authorities.

The statement comes even as Hollande on Friday told Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) to make the "courageous choice" to advance peace, in remarks as the French initiative meeting began in Paris attended by foreign ministers from around the world - no Israeli or Palestinian representatives were present.

France's initiative is based on the 2002 Saudi peace initiative, which called on Israel to make massive concessions and withdraw behind the 1949 Armistice lines in return for paper promises not to attack from its Arab neighbors.

Israel rejected the Saudi deal and has rejected the French initiative, although Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said this week he would be open to re-negotiating aspects of the Saudi initiative with the Palestinians.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Juin - 05:37 (2016)    Sujet du message: NOUVEAU SCANDALE : LE REGISTRE DES FRANCAIS DE L'ETRANGER REMPLACE ISRAËL PAR « ISRAËL/TERRITOIRES PALESTINIENS » Répondre en citant

NOUVEAU SCANDALE : LE REGISTRE DES FRANCAIS DE L'ETRANGER REMPLACE ISRAËL PAR « ISRAËL/TERRITOIRES PALESTINIENS »

Pendant ce temps, M. Valls continue de nous dire qu'il soutient Israël. Est-ce de cet Israël/Palestine dont il parle? Les pourparlers pour la Conférence de Paris va bon train. Par le registre français, on voit déjà ce qui s'en vient pour ce traité de Paix.


Juin 04, 2016




Nouveau scandale qui entache la diplomatie française : Le nouveau Registre des Français de l’étranger fait désormais apparaitre la mention « Israël/Territoires Palestiniens » pour les Français vivant en Israël.
 
La réforme informatique du Registre des Français de l’étranger, mise en œuvre à partir du 1er juin 2016 et basée sur la géographie des circonscriptions électorales, fait désormais apparaître sur les documents officiels délivrés par les Consulats en Israël la mention « ISRAËL/TERRITOIRES PALESTINIENS » pour désigner le pays de résidence des Français d’Israël, quelle que soit l’adresse indiquée.

Le nombre de Franco-israéliens inscrits au Consulat de France est d’environ 75 000, sur un total estimé à 150 000 vivant en Israël sous différents statuts.

La France a apposé l’infâme mention « juif » sur les cartes d’identité, elle appose maintenant l’infâme mention qui les oblige à dire qu’ils ne sont plus israéliens, mais « israélo-palestiniens ».

L’Ambassadeur de France et les Consuls en poste en Israël ont été saisi de cette mention scandaleuse.

En effet, les documents officiels français (certificats d’inscription aux Consulats, cartes d’identité…) délivrés avec une telle mention soulèveraient une indignation légitime de la part des Français vivant en Israël.

Les autorités françaises en Israël ont assurés être informées de ce « problème informatique » et ont indiqué qu’elles travaillaient à une solution en relation avec le ministère français des Affaires Etrangères.

© Jean-Marc Moskowicz pour Europe Israël News

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Juin - 05:41 (2016)    Sujet du message: SHMUEL TRIGANO : LA CONFERENCE DE PARIS EST UNE SORTE DE REMAKE DU STATUT DES JUIFS DE VICHY Répondre en citant

SHMUEL TRIGANO : LA CONFERENCE DE PARIS EST UNE SORTE DE REMAKE DU STATUT DES JUIFS DE VICHY

Juin 03, 2016


 
http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php  Nous vivons une étrange époque sous la dominance d’une nouvelle idéologie que j’ai identifiée dans un de mes livres comme le « postmodernisme ».
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Son premier effet est de travestir la réalité objective. Le cas le plus spectaculaire et le plus récent est sans nul doute le récit qui accompagne ce que les médias appellent « la vague migratoire ». En d’autres temps, cet événement aurait été défini comme une invasion – ce qui est bien le cas quand des millions de gens que vous n’avez pas invités forcent vos frontières avec violence.



Dans le récit postmoderniste, il n’y a pas là d’événement politique ni sécuritaire mais un drame « humanitaire » et ses acteurs sont des « victimes » (sous entendez que ceux qui n’acceptent pas cette version sont des « bourreaux »).
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Nous avons expérimenté l’ampleur d’une semblable opération de falsification de la réalité, tout au long de ces 15 dernières années avec le discours palestiniste qui transforma très explicitement les victimes objectives en meurtriers putatifs, condamnés à la réprobation universelle (cf., en France, la politique de langage de l’AFP).



La conférence qui va se tenir à Paris sous l’égide de la France est une sorte de remake du Statut des juifs de Vichy, de sinistre mémoire. Il ne s’applique pas, cette fois-ci, à des individus, citoyens parmi d’autres, mais à un peuple tout entier, celui-là même que la France vichyste et le nazisme ont d’abord mis au banc de la société, du droit, de l’humanité pour le vouer ensuite à la destruction.
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Cette opération de mise au banc d’Israël se fait, là aussi, dans le langage postmoderniste sous le signe de « la paix », un acte moral, juridique, consensuel, pacifique, au bénéfice d’un « peuple (bien évidemment) martyr », les Palestiniens, fantômes européens des Juifs rescapés des camps de la mort , et contre un Israël (bien évidemment) « fasciste ». La « France des droits de l’homme » socialiste dans toute sa suffisance! Hier, elle se précipitait à Téhéran pour des contrats juteux, accueillait le dictateur de Cuba et décorait son client d’armes, l’Arabie Saoudite…



Trente pays, les grandes puissances sont convoqués à ce tribunal inique. Les Palestiniens dictent en sous-main à la France les conditions d’un jugement déjà prononcé. Le principal intéressé, l’Etat juif, n’est pas invité. Les clauses de ce nouveau Canossa lui seront imposées. Ultérieurement, par le Conseil de sécurité, après le dernier coup bas d’Obama, avant son départ. Elles engagent Israël dans une impasse qui pourrait être l’antichambre de sa destruction.


Car les clauses de ce deal sont suicidaires pour Israël et profitent à des organisations palestiniennes irrédentistes, suprématistes et intégristes qui démontrent chaque jour qu’elles n’ont aucune volonté de paix ni de reconnaissance.

Que vise la France sinon mettre Israël au ban des Nations Unies et de la supposée « communauté internationale »? Le soumettre à des sanctions, au boycott, l’étrangler pour le mener à résipiscence (en d’autres termes renoncer à sa souveraineté) s’il ne se soumet à ce directoire du mensonge. Après que l’Iran impérialiste et réprouvé ait été adoubé par ces mêmes puissances, Israël occupera-t-il la place de la réprobation? C’était donc celà les termes de l’échange?

Cet état de faits n’est pas sans retentir sur la condition des Juifs de France. Il y a en effet dans le nouvel antisémitisme, le bien nommé islamo-gauchisme, une imbrication du national et de l’international qui fait que l’enjeu intérieur français (l’électorat musulman et le statut de l’islam) se joue dans la politique internationale de la France et vice versa (la « politique arabe » de la France et la condition juive en France).

Un tel développement ne peut avoir pour effet que l’aggravation de la chute de prestige des Juifs français et l’affaiblissement de leur légitimité. La question se pose d’ailleurs pour eux mêmes: après Vichy ils ne sont revenus dans la citoyenneté française – dont ils avaient été dépouillés en masse – que parce que désormais le destin collectif des Juifs que la France vichyste avait ciblé pouvait être assumé légitimement. Ce n’est plus le cas. Si ce n’est sous tutelle… Comme un ghetto.

Shmuel Trigano

*Tribune sur Radio J, le 3 juin 2016.

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POUR ISRAËL, L'INITIATIVE FRANCAISE DE PAIX ECHOUERA

Juin 03, 2016 



Jérusalem – Le ministère des Affaires étrangères israélien a estimé jeudi que l’initiative française pour relancer le processus de paix entre Israël et les Palestiniens était vouée à l’échec.

Le directeur général du ministère Dore Gold s’exprimait lors d’une rencontre avec des journalistes à la veille d’une réunion à Paris de ministres d’une trentaine de pays arabes et occidentaux, ainsi que de représentants de l’ONU et de l’Union européenne pour tenter de ranimer un processus de paix qui n’en a plus que le nom.
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La seule manière d’obtenir un accord régional stable qui nous permettra de créer une paix véritable au Moyen-Orient est que les parties s’entendent entre elles, a déclaré M. Gold dont le pays rejette toute approche multilatérale.



Partant du constat que le dialogue entre les deux protagonistes est à ce stade impossible, après l’échec des derniers pourparlers de paix en 2014, la France ne les a pas conviés à Paris.

Nous pensons que les pays arabes soutiendraient des négociations directes entre Israël et les Palestiniens et c’est pour cela que nous préférons un processus de paix moyen-oriental et pas un processus que quelqu’un cherche à créer à Paris, a poursuivi M. Gold.

Rappelant les accords entre la Grande-Bretagne et la France pour redessiner les frontières du Moyen-Orient après la chute de l’empire ottoman en 1916, le responsable israélien a estimé que cet effort marquant le pic du colonialisme dans la région avait échoué comme nous le voyons aujourd’hui dans le désert de l’Irak et de la Syrie deux pays ravagés par des conflits.
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L’initiative française actuelle est également vouée à l’échec, a-t-il affirmé.



La conférence de vendredi serait une première étape, un prélude à l’organisation d’une conférence de paix à l’automne 2016, avec cette fois-ci les deux parties concernées.

Le Premier ministre israélien a déjà dit son hostilité à l’initiative française aux responsables français venus dans la région.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Juin - 07:24 (2016)    Sujet du message: ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS SKIP PARIS PEACE TALKS Répondre en citant

ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS SKIP PARIS PEACE TALKS

By Catherine Hardy
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03/06 11:51 CET



"This is about a collective affirmation that peace will be negotiated by two states"
  • Paris hosts Middle East peace conference
  • Israelis and Palestinians not taking part
  • Hopes of a revival by the end of the year

    Foreign ministers from 25 countries have arrived in Paris for a conference on peace in the Middle East – but without the Israelis and Palestinians.

Representatives from the US, Russia, the EU, UN and Arab League are among those in the French capital.
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We all agree that a two-state solution is the only viable option for a sustainable peace, says UNSG in Paris. pic.twitter.com/w0tVXuUg0Z
— UN Geneva (@UNGeneva) June 3, 2016



Paris has lobbied countries to commit to a conference that would set out a framework to get Israelis and Palestinians back around the table for negotiations.
The aim is to relaunch talks by the end of the year.

Why are Israel and the Palestinians not taking part?

The most recent round of peace talks collapsed in April 2014.

Israel has rejected this latest meeting and is calling instead for direct negotiations.

The Palestinian ambassador in Paris has said international intervention is necessary to save the “two-state” solution.

What is France saying?

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“Violence is growing & hope fading – that’s why we want to try and revive the peace process” https://t.co/UTJvH4tfy1 pic.twitter.com/3c4bydYIKZ
— Middle East Eye (@MiddleEastEye) June 3, 2016  

“This is about a collective affirmation that peace will be negotiated by two states – Israel and the Palestinian Territories, living in security side-by-side.”

“This is a given but must be re-emphasised at every opportunity, solemnly and without ambiguity,” French President Francois Hollande told the assembled delegates.

“The changes that have swept the Middle East mean that past efforts for peace between Israelis and Palestinians are no longer as relevant,” Hollande continued.

“The threats and priorities have changed. The changes make it even more urgent to find a solution to the conflict, and this regional upheaval creates new obligations for peace.”

What they are saying
 
“The discussion on the conditions for peace between Israelis and Palestinians must take into account the entire region,” -*Francois Hollande* told the media before the start of the conference.

By Catherine Hardy

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MessagePosté le: Mar 7 Juin - 21:16 (2016)    Sujet du message: PUTIN BACKS ‘JUST’ SOLUTION TO ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT AFTER KREMLIN MEETING WITH NETANYAHU, THE FOURTH IN LES THAN A YEAR, RUSSIAN PRESIDENT SAYS MOSCOW 'PARTNERS' IN FIGHTING TERROR Répondre en citant

PUTIN BACKS  ‘JUST’ SOLUTION TO ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT AFTER KREMLIN MEETING WITH NETANYAHU, THE FOURTH IN LES THAN A YEAR, RUSSIAN PRESIDENT SAYS MOSCOW 'PARTNERS' IN FIGHTING TERROR

By Raphael Ahren June 7, 2016, 5:25 pm



Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomes Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the start of a meeting at the Kremlin on June 7, 2016 (screen capture: Facebook)
 
Raphael Ahren Raphael Ahren is the diplomatic correspondent at The Times of Israel.

MOSCOW — Meeting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Kremlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday expressed support for a “comprehensive and just” solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Speaking at a joint press conference with Netanyahu, Putin backed the two-state solution and Israel’s counter-terrorism efforts.

We will be partners in the struggle against terrorism,” he said.

Before the press conference, Putin surprised Netanyahu with a private tour of the Kremlin and explained the history of the halls, pointing out some biblical imagery displayed on its walls, a statement from Netanyahu’s office said.

The two leaders later marked 25 years of diplomatic ties at the Bolshoi Theater, where Netanyahu said: “In another 25 years, when they look back, they will remember this evening as a turning point in our ties.”

The president noted the Russian roots of many Israeli artists and writers, and quoted Israeli author Amos Oz on the deep cultural relationship between the two countries.

Earlier, Putin hailed the increasingly cordial ties between the two countries.

“We place great importance on our relationship with Israel,” Putin said, at the beginning of their meeting in the Kremlin, noting that many Russian-speakers live in Israel. More than a million Jews and their relatives from the former Soviet Union moved to Israel when the Iron Curtain fell and travel restrictions were relaxed.

Netanyahu, speaking in Hebrew translated into Russian by Jerusalem Affairs Minister Ze’ev Elkin, said he wanted to reinforce Putin’s point and highlighted the fact that two ministers in his government are Russian-speakers. He was apparently referring to Elkin and newly sworn-in Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, and apparently forgot his new immigrant absorption minister, Sofa Landver.

The two leaders then moved to continue their discussion behind closed doors, and were to emerge later for a joint press conference.
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בפתח פגישתי בקרמלין עם נשיא רוסיה ולדימיר פוטין. מציינים 25 שנה ליחסי ישראל-רוסיה ומהדקים את היחסים לשנים הבאות. pic.twitter.com/SJdvBFvMf1
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) June 7, 2016



Netanyahu headed to Moscow on Monday for a two-day trip during which he was holding his fourth meeting with Putin in less than a year. The two leaders are expected to discuss Moscow’s involvement in the Syrian civil war and its reported delivery of advanced Russian weaponry to Iran.

In addition, Netanyahu is marking some 25 years of Israeli-Russian diplomatic relations, which were reestablished in January 1992, after the Soviet Union severed them in the wake of the 1967 Six Day War.



Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara take part in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in central Moscow on June 7, 2016. (AFP PHOTO/POOL/Maxim Shipenkov)

During their meeting, the two leaders were to continue their ongoing discussion over security coordination between the Russian and the Israeli armies, especially their so-called deconflicting mechanism installed to assure the Israel Defense Forces does not strike Russian jets operating in Syrian airspace.



Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin in Moscow on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 (Prime Minister’s Office)

“They will also discuss various regional issues including the global fight against terrorism, the situation in and around Syria and the diplomatic horizon between Israel and the Palestinians, as well as bilateral economic and trade cooperation and the strengthening of cultural and humanitarian ties,” the Prime Minister’s Office said Sunday in a statement.

During Netanyahu’s visit, Jerusalem and Moscow were also to sign a bilateral pensions agreement, which seeks to “correct a historic injustice regarding emigres from the former USSR up to 1992 who lost their eligibility for a Russian pension,” the PMO said.

The agreement, which will only take effect after Russian authorities ratify it, was to be signed by Elkin and Russian Labor and Social Protection Minister Maxim Topilin. Payments to Soviet-born Israelis are expected to commence next year.


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayhu visits the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow on Tuesday, June 7, 2016. To his left, in sunglasses, is Minister Uri Ariel.
(Haim Zach / GPO)

Netanyahu and his wife, Sara — who routinely accompanies the prime minister on his foreign trips — were also to visit the armored corps museum in Moscow, which is host to an IDF Magach-3 tank captured during the Battle of Sultan Yacoub in the 1982 Lebanon War. Last month, Israel announced that Putin had agreed to return the tank to Israel.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks past an honor guard upon arrival at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport at the start of his two day trip to Russia, June 6, 2016. (AFP Photo/Vasily Maximov)

Netanyahu visited the Russian capital in September 2015 and in April 2016. In addition, the two briefly got together last November on the sidelines of the Paris climate conference. In comparison, in the same time frame, Netanyahu has only met twice with US President Barack Obama.

Netanyahu told Putin — during their last powwow in April — about Israel’s “clear red lines” for purposes of self-defense. “First,” he said, “we are working to the best of our ability to prevent the transfer of advanced weaponry from Iran and Syria to Hezbollah in Lebanon. Second, we are working to prevent the establishment of an additional terror front against us on the Golan Heights. These are red lines and we will continue to maintain them.”

During the current trip, Netanyahu was also to meet with several local Jewish leaders, including Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar; Moscow Chief Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt; and Russian Jewish Congress President Yuri Kanner.

Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel, who also accompanied Netanyahu to Moscow, was scheduled to sign a memorandum of understanding with his Russian counterpart, Alexander Tkachev, on cooperation in agriculture, the dairy industry and advanced dairy technology.

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MessagePosté le: Lun 13 Juin - 07:07 (2016)    Sujet du message: UNITY AT THE CORE OF GLOBAL PEACE AND SECURITY, TOP EU OFFICIAL TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL - PEACE PROCESS Répondre en citant

UNITY AT THE CORE OF GLOBAL PEACE AND SECURITY, TOP EU OFFICIAL TELLS SECURITY COUNCIL

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Middle East peace process

 
Turning to the conflict in the Middle East, the High Representative emphasized that the proliferation of conflicts and crises in the region is not a reason to forget about the fate of the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Instead, the new security threats in the region should “push everyone to renew our efforts towards ending this conflict,” she said, as a further escalation, especially around the holy sites in Jerusalem, would have grave consequences for the entire region.

For this reason, she had made the Middle East peace process a top priority for action, at the very moment when the perspectives of two states was getting “beyond reach.”

“The possibility of a secure State of Israel and a viable State of Palestine living side by side is fading away,” Ms. Mogherini said. “And together with the perspective of the two states, peace would also get beyond reach.”

She noted that the upcoming Quartet Report will describe the immediate obstacles to direct talks, and the policies that threaten the viability of a two-state solution. It will also make clear recommendations on the way forward, with the main goal of recreating confidence between the two sides and the conditions to return to meaningful negotiations, she said.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 26 Juin - 05:04 (2016)    Sujet du message: PM HEADING TO ROME TO OPPOSE FRENCH INITIATIVE Répondre en citant

PM HEADING TO ROME TO OPPOSE FRENCH INITIATIVE

Netanyahu expected to discuss his thoughts on the French peace initiaitive, to meet with John Kerry and Federica Mogherini and with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on his return to Jerusalem.

Reuters|Published:  23.06.16 , 20:48
 
PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU WILL FLY TO ROME ON SUNDAY TO TRY TO FEND OFF PRESSURE FROM THE UNITED STATES AND EUROPE OVER HIS POLICIES AND OPPOSITION TO A FRENCH-LED EFFORT TO FORGE PEACE WITH THE PALESTINIANS.  
Beginning three days of intense diplomacy, Netanyahu will meet US Secretary of State John Kerry and the European Union's foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, in the Italian capital, followed by talks with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in Jerusalem. 

One of Netanyahu's immediate concerns is a forthcoming report from the Middle East Quartet, a mediation group made up of the United States, EU, United Nations and Russia, that is expected to use unusually tough language in criticising Israel and blaming it for the current impasse in the peace negotiations.


Photo: Motti Kimchi
 
Diplomats confirmed that the current language in the report is strong, condemning Israel's building of settlement homes on the one hand, and on the other persistent Palestinian incitement against Israel during a recent wave of violence. 

What is unclear is whether the wording may be softened before the report is issued, probably next week, although its publication has already been delayed several times. 

"As it stands, the language is strong and Israel isn't going to like it," said one diplomat briefed on the content. "But it's also not saying that much that hasn't been said before - that settlements are a serious obstacle to peace."
 
Netanyahu spoke by phone to Russian President Vladimir Putin this week as part of his efforts to keep the Kremlin closely updated on developments in the region. The leaders have met face-to-face four times in the past year, with one Israeli official saying the two had developed a good understanding.
 
As well as a desire to defang the Quartet report, there are a series of issues Netanyahu needs to broach with Kerry, including how to conclude drawn-out negotiations with Washington on a new, 10-year defence agreement.
 
There is also the looming issue of a peace conference organised by the French that is supposed to convene in the autumn, although it may no longer take place in Paris. Netanyahu has already voiced his opposition to the initiative.


UN Secretary-General Ban-ki Moon (Photo: AFP)
  
Israeli officials oppose the initiative, seeing it as side-stepping the need for Israel and the Palestinians to sit down and negotiate directly. They argue that it provides the Palestinians a chance to internationalize the conflict, rather than dealing with the nitty-gritty on the ground.
 
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, who addressed the European Parliament on Wednesday, said Israel was feeling impatience with Europe and now was not the right time to push for peace.
 
"Currently, the practical conditions, the political and regional circumstances, which would enable us to reach a permanent agreement between us -- the Israelis and the Palestinians -- are failing to materialize," he said. 

Many diplomats also question whether the French initiative can inject life into an all-but-defunct peace process, which last broke down in 2014, but they are willing to try.  
A nagging concern for Israel is that the conference will end up fixing a time frame for an agreement on forcing Israel to withdraw from the West Bank and East Jerusalem and reach a two-state solution with the Palestinians. 

If that doesn't emerge from the French plan, it remains possible that a resolution along similar lines could be presented to the United Nations Security Council before the end of the year. That is another reason why Netanyahu will be eager to sit down with Ban for talks on Tuesday.

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HAINE D'ISRAËL : DES JUIFS SONT MASSACRES ET LA FRANCE DENONCE « L’IMPACT DESTRUCTEUR DE LA COLONISATION »

 


La France a salué vendredi la publication du rapport du Quartet pour le Proche-Orient, tout en occultant les sévères critiques adressées aux Palestiniens par l’envoyé spécial de l’ONU au Proche-Orient, Nickolay Mladenov.

« Je salue la publication aujourd’hui du rapport du Quartette pour le Proche-Orient. La France en partage les conclusions. Ce rapport souligne notamment l’impact destructeur de la colonisation et de la violence qui menacent la solution des deux Etats. La solution des deux Etats est pour la France, comme pour l’ensemble de la communauté internationale, la seule possible », a déclaré dans un communiqué le ministre français des Affaires étrangères, Jean-Marc Ayrault.

« Les conclusions de ce rapport confortent l’initiative que la France a prise afin de rassembler la communauté internationale en faveur de la paix au Proche-Orient et dont la première réunion a eu lieu le 3 juin dernier, à Paris, en présence de près de 30 partenaires internationaux », a-t-il ajouté.

Or, Selon M. Mladenov, « aucune solution ne peut être imposée de l’extérieur et toute solution viendra de négociations directes sur les questions liées au statut final », une critique voilée de l’initiative diplomatique française.

Le Quartet pour le Proche-Orient a affirmé mardi que les attaques terroristes palestiniennes sont le principal obstacle à un règlement du conflit israélo-palestinien.
« Les trois aspects qui sapent les espoirs de paix sont, en premier lieu, la violence, le terrorisme et l’incitation à la violence », a déclaré l’envoyé spécial de l’ONU au Proche-Orient, devant le Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU.

« Aucune solution ne viendra de la violence mais du respect mutuel et de la prise en compte des aspirations légitimes des deux peuples », a-t-il ajouté lors de la présentation des recommandations du Quartet.

Jeudi, un terroriste palestinien de 19 ans a poignardé à mort une jeune israélienne de 13 ans après s’être infiltré dans sa maison dans la localité juive de Kiryat Arba, toute proche de Hébron.

Le lendemain, un père de famille israélien a été tué après qu’un terroriste palestinien ait ouvert le feu sur sa voiture au sud de Hébron.

Depuis octobre 2015, trente-cinq Israéliens ont été assassinés dans des attaques terroristes palestiniennes au couteau, à la voiture bélier ou à l’arme automatique.

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