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Originally posted by aorAki
Originally posted by mayan991
I also believe when Israel is ready to attack Iran and has to fly over afganistan ......
[edit on 10-5-2010 by aorAki]
[edit on 10-5-2010 by aorAki]
21:37 Peres: Israel never asked the U.S. for any military help (Ch. 10)
# 16:51 Barak: Control over another people is problematic policy in the long run (Haaretz)
# 11:10 Russia President Medvedev to Syria Monday for cooperation talks (Israel Radio)
# 07:22 NGO: 75% of Palestinian children in E. Jerusalem living below poverty line (Israel Radio)
Originally posted by Senz20
Why prepare for war when you could prepare for Peace?
Originally posted by JanusFIN
There is absolutely no guarantee that these coming "indirect talks" will ever begin, or lead to anywhere - and what is also totally forget from very distorted MSM message of "Israels will to peace" - is given very tight timelines witch is only 4 months.
Originally posted by Gorman91
Iran will invade Iraq
The United States and Israel have staged a joint aerial war game in Germany, using live ammunition in their first such maneuver in the German soil. US military choppers joined Israeli Apache attack helicopters last week in the drills which were held in southern Germany, Israel radio reported on its website on Monday.
Islamic Republic's armed forces chief says American reconnaissance aircraft tried to approach Iranian naval maneuvers, but was warned by military to leave
In joint press conference with Russian counterpart, Syrian President Assad warns that 'the expulsion of Palestinians from Jerusalem, the attacks on holy sites and the siege on Gaza may completely foil the peace process'
Obama's Middle East special envoy, former Senator and Walt Disney chairman, George Mitchell will do the honors, trying to force Palestinian negotiators to accede to Israeli demands and declare success, until inevitable new violence forces a restart of the whole process at some future time. The charade continues.
Recurrent negotiations have gone on for decades, always with the same result. Rita Mae Brown (in her book "Sudden Death"), and some say Albert Einstein, called it insanity, or the practice of "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." In this case, results are what Israel predetermines, Palestinians having no say whatever about a process designed to fail.
The presidents of Russia and Syria Dmitry Medvedev and Bashar Assad have made a joint statement summing up the results of today’s talks. The two delegations signed a number of documents on cooperation in the fields of information technology, communications, air service, tourism, environmental protection and science and technology. Also a programme of joint action for 2010-2012 implementing the inter-government agreement has been signed.
Istanbul: Muslim leaders warned on Monday the establishment of new Israeli settlements in Jerusalem would push the region to "the brink of an abyss,” a day after Palestinians declared the start of indirect talks with Israel.
Palestinians say the US-mediated talks will become direct if Israel announces a complete halt to settlement building on occupied land. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, a strong critic of Israel, stressed the importance of such a move.
JERUSALEM — Israel will on Tuesday start celebrating the anniversary of what it calls Jerusalem's unification , its 1967 conquest of the city's Arab sector which has since become a major hurdle in peace efforts.
The sunset-to-sunset Jerusalem Day celebrations kick off with an open-air concert by US funk band Kool and the Gang and feature a ceremony at Ammunition Hill, the site of one of Israel's fiercest battles with Jordanian forces.
Thousands of people, mostly nationalist-religious Jews, are expected to take part on Wednesday in an annual march through Jerusalem that concludes at the Old City's Wailing Wall, one of the holiest sites in Judaism.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Tuesday accused nuclear power North Korea of supplying Syria with weapons of mass destruction.
Lieberman's office quoted him as telling Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama at a meeting in Tokyo that such activity threatened to destabilize east Asia as well as the Middle East.
In evidence he cited the December 2009 seizure at Bangkok airport of an illicit North Korean arms shipment which US intelligence said was bound for an unnamed Middle East country.
Lieberman said Syria intended to pass the weapons on to Hezbollah and to the Palestinian Hamas movement, which rules Gaza and has its political headquarters in Damascus.
Israel will on Tuesday start celebrating the anniversary of what it calls Jerusalem's unification
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday said that Iran is trying to provoke war between Israel and Syria, during a visit to a Northern Command training base.
Speaking on the eve of Jerusalem Day, the prime minister spoke of the interaction between truth and justice, stressing that any distortion of justice concerning the Jewish people and Jerusalem was also a distortion of truth.
Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch on Wednesday said that Israel will demolish Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem in the coming days despite the renewal of indirect peace talks.