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Israeli-Palestinian peace talks "show-off, ineffective": Iranian MP

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posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:31 AM
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lol, I had to star that for the laugh it gave me


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[edit on 6-9-2010 by Gemwolf]




posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:39 AM
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No dots to connect. If the Us reaalllly wanted Iran as a target, we would be there. Your fooling yourself with all your rhetoric.

World criticism has never stopped us before, so why should it with Iran. And if the US wanted Iran so bad we would abandon Afghanistan and Iraq to go after them.

It isn't like we haven't ever abandon those two countries before.

The US isn't as impotent as you try to make us ought to be.

We put the V in Viagra and would need no vaseline while we are sticking it to Iran..

It is all about priority and Iran just isn't on the list, at least not yet.



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:40 AM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:47 AM
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Oh you like animated gif avatars? here you go buddy this one is a bit more fitting for you.



Back on topic. Again I agree that Iran should keep it's nose out the peace talks,

The Palestinians and the Israelis [who live right next door to each other] Both want Iran to Butt-Out


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posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 01:52 AM
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The Palestinians and the Israelis [who live right next door to each other] Both want Iran to Butt-Out


I'd hope those negotiating these talks would be mature enough to ignore outside banter..

It's therefore, IMO, a non issue...



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 02:06 AM
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Originally posted by jam321
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No dots to connect. If the Us reaalllly wanted Iran as a target, we would be there. Your fooling yourself with all your rhetoric.

Which part of my post is rhetoric lol.. Ohh man, this is fun..



World criticism has never stopped us before, so why should it with Iran. And if the US wanted Iran so bad we would abandon Afghanistan and Iraq to go after them.

Ohh really, if that was true, why would the US spend millions of dollars orchestrating a BS story to justify both wars lol..



It isn't like we haven't ever abandon those two countries before.
Well if you understood the geopolitics, you would know Pakistan played a major role in defeating the USSR therefore Afghanistan was given to Pakistan. Hence Taliban, then the US changed its mind and now Pakistan and US are playing a proxy game in Afghanistan.



The US isn't as impotent as you try to make us ought to be.

And it is unfortunate that I never claim US is impotent. I claimed US is the most powerful nation in the world, but when does power equal to victory>?



We put the V in Viagra and would need no vaseline while we are sticking it to Iran..

OK... Just don't stick it too deep or you might get stuck like you are stuck in Afghanistan.



It is all about priority and Iran just isn't on the list, at least not yet.


Yes, we finally agree, the priority is to fix US economy, stop the Afghan resistance from killing Americans in daily bases, and stop Iran from becoming more powerful and influential.

Arab opinion poll already shows why the US has hated the Iranian revolution since its birth, because they are example nation for the Middle East, not Afghanistan and Iraq lol



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 02:11 AM
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LOL your lucky I posted your picture from your younger days, I don't want people to puke


Anyways on topic..

Iran to butt out??

LOL, last I heard Fatah was working for the West and Israel.. So this cute Negotiation which is happening right now has Fatah, Israel, and US in the middle..

Funny how they are all in one side, such a cool negotiations right, no wonder why nothing is ever achieved, not like they didn't pull off the same exact BS in 1990s lol..



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 02:26 AM
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The Iranian Minister is correct though, whether it's seen as Iran poking it's nose in or not.

Decades of US Presidential self congratulatory backslapping over new and worthless peace initiatives have produced absolutely nothing. Well, nothing that benefits the Palestinians anyway, as Israel just carries on stealing more land for settlement expansion and crowding the Palestinians into ever smaller areas, at the end of a gun most of the time.
Abbas is worthless as far as many Palestinians are concerned and completely impotent when it comes to winning any concessions that benfit the people he is supposed to represent, which is why the Gazans elected HAMAS to represent them in the first place.

Perhaps if Israel was held accountable for it's actions and forced, through UN resolutions / sanctions, to comply with the same international and UN laws that the rest of the world has to abide by, then there might be progress. Until that happens, and our own leaders stop pledging their undying support, no matter what atrocities Israel commits, then we will just watch as more blood is spilled and more land is stolen for the racist nation that is Israel to dominate the region.



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 03:38 AM
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*** ATTENTION ***

Can we please stay focussed on the topic.

Thank you.




posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 04:02 AM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Sep, 6 2010 @ 08:38 AM
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I believe the spokesman Kazem Jalali is partially correct. There should be talks but if all that is happening is "talks" it is definitely ineffective. There should be action and talks simultaneously from both sides.

Say actions like,
a) Israel removing it's blockade of Gaza, stop attacking Gaza tunnels and arresting people in Gaza.
b) Hamas stopping all violence against Israel. Instead of hurling threats of more violence they should carefully choose to harmonize relation with West.
c) Israel removing all illegal settlements from West-Bank and stop building any new settlements.

Without these steps there is hardly any outcome from these talks.

Moreover free and fair elections should be held in Palestine (West Bank and Gaza) without any foreign intervention. If I remember correctly it was George Bush who forced Arafat to appoint Abbas as leader of PLO in 2003 and later World Bank, I.M.F, Abbas appointed Salam Fayyad as Prime Minister of West Bank without any elections. Why no elections were held and why the Palestinians were not given a right to choose their own leaders? Can we safely say that these people elected as leaders of Palestine were elected by the Palestinians and are representing what Palestinians want? I don't think so. These kind of things should not happen. The Palestinians should elect and select their own leaders not some foreign government or organizations.

Without elections these installed 'leaders' if you can call them that, in my opinion do not represent what Palestinian people want. So who are these people representing then and for what goals?

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posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:32 AM
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It seems that Iran does a lot of work sticking their noses into the politics of other countries rather than concentrate on their own.

LOL Yea they should mind their own business like the U.S. (Sarcasm)

To be honest I think either country wants to eliminate the other. I'm not gonna stand up for Iran cause i'm sure they want to obliterate Israel but I laugh at the pro Israel crowd that beleives they truly have peace and have good intentions in mind. They are a zionist state and the eradication of islam is what they fantasize about. Thats how I see it anyway, I could be wrong, Israel may be the most peace loving benevolant nation on Earth lol (Sarcasm).



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:03 PM
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Iran running its mouth again. The reason the talks won’t last is because The Mullahs will throw their HAMAS and HEZBOLLAH armies into the mix... If those to organizations were destroyed then there could be peace.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 10:52 PM
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That is true. But if Israel was destroyed, or never formed there would also be peace. But I guess that would be anti-semitic and a grave sin to mention.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 11:52 PM
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As if anything at all is going to come out of these talks.

Same thing occured back in Arafats days

Palestine - Give us back our land, and stop shooting at us.
Israel - Stop asking for your land back, and stop shooting at us.

If Israel has the right to exist, then so does Palestine. Until Israel accepts that, there will never be a chance in high hell of peace.

Iran is right, this is simply a stage show.



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