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Originally posted by wcitizen
US will veto any decision to recovnise Palestine, imo.
However, a missile attack on a nuclear facility, and blamed on the Palestinians, might well be in the pipeline. Even with a veto on the Palestinian state issue, Netanyahu is becoming cornered, so he might well do something desperate.
Imo it would be good to circulate that article as much as possible....
Countless millions of people are being manipulated and lied to by a network of individuals within government that work on behalf of private interests. The individuals were involved in the terrorist attacks of September 11th. Many of those same figures are are connected to historical events that have shaped our understanding of government crime.
Originally posted by xuenchen
I think we saw a "mini" instead of a big one.
All this Israeli embassy in Egypt monkey business.
It smells of an Israeli operation to further discredit the new Egyptian "leadership",
as well as serve as a prelude to severing the peace treaty....or at least "amending" it.
The target could be to "force" NATO ground troops into Egypt.
Wait, watch and see !
Sat, 10 Sep 2011, 01:46 GMT+3 - Egypt
Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak called US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta early Saturday to request help protecting their embassy in Cairo, hours after Egyptian protestors attacked the building.
A statement from Barak's office said he had called Panetta and President Barack Obama's Middle East advisor Dennis Ross.
The statement also said that Barak had also discussed the incident with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli defence chiefs, though it gave no further details of the conversations.
On Friday evening protesters stormed the building housing the embassy, tearing down the Israeli flag and throwing diplomatic documents including some marked "confidential" down into the streets below .
Barak's statement made no mention of any actual physical breach of the embassy.
US President Barack Obama on Friday called on Egypt to protect Israel's embassy from demonstrators in Cairo, as he spoke by telephone to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, officials in Washington said. - AFP