Mittwoch, 5. September 2007

Peres "encouraged"

Und wieder verläßt der Präsident die offizielle Parteilinie von Olmert man müsse diese Woche "entmutigt sein": President Shimon Peres said Wednesday that recent meetings between Israeli and Palestinian leaders and a new international diplomatic push in the Middle East could be the most promising developments yet in efforts to bring peace to the region. "The overall atmosphere is encouraging, maybe it's the most important opening in negotiations I can think of," Peres said after meeting in Rome with Italian Premier Romano Prodi. "It's not over yet, but it's a good start," Peres said, referring to a series of meetings between Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. ... Peres will then spend the weekend at an international political and finance conference on Lake Como, which annually gathers world leaders, including statesmen from Arab countries.

Barak: "When you take a real look at the challenge of the Qassam, it is very possible that we are approaching the need for a wide ground operation in Gaza, in order to halt the rocket fire and the strengthening [of militant organizations]."

The Palestinian economy is "totally dependent on political considerations" of outside powers, and its "development prospects are bleak under the Israeli internal and external movement restrictions," a new UN report says. Den kompletten Bericht kann man hier downloaden. [Den angekündigten "Drogenbericht Palestine habe ich noch nicht bemerkt.] +++++ Das Bil'in-Urteil wird wie angekündigt "politisch" interpretiert. Man sollte mit dem Lesen solcher Statements äußerst vorsichtig umgehen. Denn wie das heutige Urteil zum Heftsiba-Fall [Bankrott gegangene Baufirma] der Anlage in Matityahu-East [Illegale Siedlungsbauten, nicht fertig gestellt] belegt ist der Gerichtshof politisch an der Festschreibung des Status Quo auf Basis der REchtslage interessiert. Neue Anlagen sind derzeit zu verhindern - Alte Anlagen müssen aber nicht [ohne Regierungsbefehl] abgebaut werden. +++++ Nahezu unfassbar: Of 550,000 children who occasionally go hungry in Israel, 400,000 are Arab +++++ Und zum Schluß: Fatah regroups in Gaza, raising tension with Hamas während sich der Oberste Religiöse des Landes Scheik Tamimi sehr negativ über das Verbot der Hamas gegen öffentliche Freitagspredigten der Hamas geäußert hat.

Kommentare:

Compulsive Reader hat gesagt…

Norman quit.

Compulsive Reader hat gesagt…

Cabinet says no to Gaza operation

shual hat gesagt…

Finkischwein on MY WEBSITE!

RED ALERT! CALL THE ANTI-TERROR-UNITS! WHERES MY PUMP-GUN, HONEY?

shual hat gesagt…

CR, I said already that the jewish holidays will not see a large military-operation. Barak is popular today and he wants to stay popular. :-) [If they hit something important, then we have a large operation within minutes...]

Compulsive Reader hat gesagt…

Sorry, my German is nonexistent. And Google translator sucks. Although, I really like the concept of a Finch-Pig. I find it much less frightening than Alan Douche-i-wits, torture emeritus at Harvard Law.

shual hat gesagt…

Trashowitz sucks, too. In cases like "Torture + cilling civillians for the sake of Israel" Trashowitz prooves that some parts of his brain stem from a dead rat.

"Sorry, my German is nonexistent.", No, CR, not "sorry". You posted the evening-update, and I made a joke. Your message was quite intresting, cause Baraks ["we must press on with developing defensive measures for the home front and prepare for the possibility of declaring an emergency situation."] is a proove that Barak really is ready to go into Gaza. We are only a second away and if a larger operation starts nobody cares about "Ramadan" and "Jom Kippur" any longer.

Compulsive Reader hat gesagt…

I was apologizing for not being able to read your previous post.
Well, for Iraqis, Ramadan is their favorite season of attack. Like coming back to work from summer holiday. Lets see if the same holds for Islamic Jihad, because I really believe that Hamas is trying to maintain their hudna and prove they can "govern", but since Israel continues shelling kids in Gaza, Hamas can't get IJ to do anything but fire their pathetic missiles. You know, it just amazes me how, if you compare Palestinian resistance to Hezbollah, that they are the most piss-poor insurgents ever. Can't they ask a physicist about how the earths spin affects the aim of a missile? Or like, not try and fight a freakin tank head on with small arms fire? You know, if the Palestinians knew how to fight, we would already have a two state solution in place. Lord knows they've had the funds to do so for like 35 years. Oh, wait. Sorry. That was all for Suha.

Compulsive Reader hat gesagt…

"There is a difficulty with Israelis, and Danny Rubinstein is not the only one who has fallen in on this, of coming out of Israel and going into another context," Usiskin said. He added later that "it's not necessarily the same left wing as what he knows at home." Now, that is the kind of shit that really pisses me off. How can some jackass say things like that? I've stood shoulder to shoulder next to anti-zionist Jews protesting at the Israeli Embassy in downtown Chicago, and this fool is trying to tell me that the Jews I were standing next to chanting "No to Israeli Apartheid" were from some different left-wing than I? Bullshit. Lobby apologist. Grrrrrrr....

shual hat gesagt…

You are misinterpreting Usiskin, cause JTA has cut of the context. Maybe we can find a statement of him... later. But I am with him: You should not travel 3000 Kms and "suprise" the people with bubbels like "Genozide", "Apartheid", aso... You should talk tacheles, not more and not less. You have read what I told Tsedek at ConflictBlotter? Nobody talks about hard facts and solutions. Every body is lamenting against a virtual "other side". Thats not the way to find out of the conflict.

Now sleep.

PS: Thats the reason why I will never ever attend such meetings. :-)

shual hat gesagt…

Ok, I can not find somthing about Usiskin. I will wait 2 days and maybe I will write him something.

But things like "going into another context" are very clear. The euro-left [and the progressives in america, too] really have the problem of antisemitism. I posted already some things about wrong accusations againt Rubinstein, Amira Hass, etc... from the Israeli rigth, or Hillel Neuer and the paranoid german islamophobics are running wild about the story.

In June, I discussed [in german], what is wrong with it ["apartheid"] in the case of Kawther http://www.kawther.info/

I will translate the piece for you and I will post it on Sunday. [Very much work in the real world in september, sorry. :-)]