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Barak Hussein Obama to FORCE Israel's BordersFour Months to Negotiate Borders
The Obama Mid East plan calls for two Israeli West Bank towns to disappear.
BUT Israel has valid security concerns, Palestinians never keep their promises.
April 15, 2010
Barak Hussein Obama sets Israel's Borders
Obama Stands by new Mid East direction
The radical shift in US Middle East policies, marked by tough demands of Israel, was confirmed and highlighted by Obama April 14, in his comment that conflicts like the one in the Middle East ended up "costing significantly in terms of both blood and treasure."
Reporting this, the New York Times noted that he echoed the recent suggestion by Gen. David Petraeus, OC Central Command, that American lives in Iraq and Afghanistan were imperiled by lack of progress in the Middle East implying Israel's policies on the Palestinians were responsible. (Petraeus later phoned Israel's chief of staff to say his remarks were misunderstood and taken out of context.)
debkafile's US sources see in the US president's remark his rejoinder to the alarmed accusations coming from prominent American-Jewish leaders that the US president has turned his back on Israel's security, although he has repeatedly claimed it was the bedrock of his Middle East policy. Furthermore, AIPAC, the pro-Israeli lobbying group publicized a letter to US secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed by 76 senators and 33 House members urging the administration to defuse tensions with Israel and voicing support for its security.
The World Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder was to publish an open letter to Obama in the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal which asks:
“Why does the thrust of this administration’s Middle East rhetoric seem to blame Israel for the lack of movement on peace talks when it is the Palestinians who refuse to negotiate?”
Former New York Mayor Ed Koch said he suspects the plan is
"to so weaken the resolve of the of the Jewish state and its leaders so that it will be much easier to
impose on Israel an American plan to resolve the Israel-Palestinian conflict,
leaving Israel's needs for security and defensible borders in the lurch."
Obama threatens to impose Palestinian stateObama threatens to impose Palestinian state
Warns White House can force solution Israelis wont appreciate
May 15, 2010
Palestinian President Abbas shakes hands with U.S. Middle East Peace envoy Mitchell in Ramallah
If Israel and the Palestinians fail to reach an agreement to create a Palestinian state, the Obama administration will look into imposing a solution on the parties, a senior Palestinian Authority negotiator told WND.
The negotiator, speaking by telephone from Ramallah, said the PA agreed to resume direct talks with Israel earlier this week only after a
U.S. pledge to ensure against any new Jewish construction in eastern Jerusalem and the strategic West Bank.
The PA negotiator told WND the Obama administration told the Palestinians if a deal is ultimately not reached with Israel the U.S. will consider imposing a solution "that the Israelis won't appreciate."
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Further, the PA negotiator said recent meetings between the Obama administration and the Palestinians revealed the White House is on board a
Palestinian threat to unilaterally ask the United Nations to recognize a Palestinian state outside of negotiations with Israel.
The PA negotiator said the U.S. wanted for now to stress negotiations between the parties,
but that if an agreement is not reached the U.S. would not veto a U.N. Security Council resolution to unilaterally create a Palestinian state.
Earlier this week, Obama urged PA President Mahmoud Abbas in a telephone conversation to engage in direct talks with Israel, the White House announced.
A White House statement said the two "discussed the need for both parties to negotiate seriously and in good faith, and to
move from proximity talks to direct negotiations as soon as possible in order to reach an agreement on permanent status issues."
The report came after the PA announced last Sunday it was ready to resume indirect negotiations with Israel, brokered by Obama's Mideast envoy, George Mitchell.
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