Monday, September 20, 2010

Middle East Officials Fly To Washington

This week promises to be a telling week as Middle East officials, including Israel’s President Shimon Peres and Israel’s Defence Minister Ehud Barak fly to meet with Obama in Washington, without Prime Minister Netanyahu, over what is being called a crisis because Israel will not, at this point, halt a settlement freeze in the West Bank, or Judea-Samaria later this month, a huge obstacle in the way of futher peace talks between the parties. Read about it here.

Also heading out to Washington, Israel’s partner in the “peace talks” is Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, who has recently declared he would not recognize the State of Israel as a Jewish State.

So, what is the reason to continue with this  charade?

Although the article states there are preparations for Prime Minister of Israel Netanyahu to meet with Abbas and Obama at this time, the Prime Minister’s office announced that Netanyahu has no plans to fly to the United States this week.

We need to be watching to learn of the outcome of these talks, without Netanyahu’s presence, especially since, according to another  article just released out of Israel,  the United States is now offering to supply  Israel with Bunker Buster bombs, when in March it was reported that Obama   blocked the delivery of these Bunker Buster bombs to Israel.    You have to ask yourself the question, "What's changed since March that is prompting Ehud Barak to believe that Obama will now supply Israel with these Bunker Busters?"

Barak: US Will Supply Israel With Bunker Busters

Defense minister to meet with top US security officials in DC;
Jerusalem believes Washington will agree to supply Israel with advanced cruise missiles, bombs designed to penetrate underground facilities

Barak is expected to meet several top ranking officials Monday in order to secure new and advanced weaponry for Israel
 Will Defense Minister Ehud Barak, acting on behalf of Prime Minister Netanyahu, offer them a deal to extend the settlement freeze in exchange for Bunker Buster bombs for Israel,  and offer to give away over 90 percent of the terrorities Israel took back in the 1967 War against the Arabs, which included arab sovereignty over arab parts of Jerusalem in biblical Judea-Samaria, and recognizing a Palestinian State inside of Israel as he did when Barak was Prime Minister of Israel during the Clinton Administration?

 And what about the Golan Heights? Back in 1999, Barak, when he became Prime Minister of Israel, ordered the retreat of the IDF from southern Lebanon, leaving it for Hizballah to take over, as he tried to achieve some kind of agreement with Syria, but failed.

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1 comment:

  1. How come this sounds all so familiar ?

    1 Thessalonians 5

    3While people are saying, "Peace and safety," destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape.

    This could be very well near ....