Sunday, May 22, 2011

The confrontation between Netanyahu and Obama opened the debate in Israel

The match or mismatch very undiplomatic diplomat in the White House between U.S. President, Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has sparked controversy in Israel. Not only for the prescription to solve the conflict with the Palestinians but for the future of relations, traditionally close, between Israel and the U.S..

After embracing Obama's speech, the opposition in Israel led by Tzipi Livni of Kadima, Netanyahu condemned the intervention to the frozen gaze of U.S. president. He is accused of causing "a serious damage to Israel's most important ally." K ADIMA notes that "Obama did not call back to the 67 borders but to negotiate the matter and agreed territorial swaps.

Until the Palestinians know that there will be 100% rtetirada to 67 lines." His reaction was "hasty", said in an opinion shared by the White House. Netanyahu has received applause from his party, Likud, and right in general. The deputy, Tzipi Hotovely (the most right-wing Likud sector) has now gone further: "We must expose the lies of President Obama.

Netanyahu must continue to stand with courage the basic principles for our people." Netanyahu has tried to ease tensions by saying that "the differences between Israel and the U.S. have ballooned disproportionately. It is true that we have some different ideas but are disagreements between friends." Defense Minister Ehud Barak, also tries to extinguish the flames.

"Obama's speech was not so bad. Did not ask Israel to return to the '67 borders, but to be negotiated based on these boundary lines. Obama completely ruled out unilateral Palestinian dialogue is not to go in September and the United Nations, "he told Channel 2. The chairman of the Defense and Security Committee of Parliament Shaul Mofaz (Kadima) was critical: "Just start U.S.

visit, Netanyahu has already managed to further deepen the crisis with our best friend in the world.'s Attitude Netanyahu can lead Israel to an unprecedented crisis with the United States and a violent confrontation with the Palestinians. " The leftist lawmaker, Zehava Galon, accused Netanyahu "to endanger Israel's security." It is unusual for the Prime Minister of Israel publicly replicate the U.S.

president. Certainly not in his presence and at home. Israeli analysts say that Netanyahu "is not as hawk as it looks" but wanted to make clear its red lines on the "history lesson" that would give him. Bibi did not talk to Obama but to his constituents at home. His speech at the White House and his theory ("the true intentions of the Palestinians are not the 67 borders but those of 48 and do not accept Israel's existence") star in some of their electoral clips.

Although not with the directness and force that we saw, both Obama and Netanyahu had no interest in amplifying their personal chemistry. The first to demonstrate that it is the enemy of Islam and the Arab world after the death of Osama Bin Laden and the Israeli because he knows that he chose the three weapons for war with Obama (the Palestinian refugees should go to the Palestinian state, not Israel the boundaries of 67 are not tenable and refusal to negotiate with a Fatah-Hamas government) have the support of most Israelis and the broad umbrella Republican Congress in Washington.

Maybe diplomatically lose out (he believes that this is an almost hopeless battle) but electoral level gives you points. Palestinians enjoy watching from the stands pulse Obama-Netanyahu. Although the speech was not full first welcomed Palestinian President Abu Mazen, Ramallah pray that Netanyahu Netanyahu and continue making Obama even more angry.

The Palestinian leader, Nabil Shaat says that "Netanyahu's words show that we have no partner in peace negotiations." Obama also called on international community to pressure Israel to accept the two-state solution based on the borders of 67. Abu Mazen plans to ignore Obama's outright rejection of its intention to go in September to the United Nations General Assembly to seek the recognition of a Palestinian state.

"We will go to UN using non-violent means," warned Shaat. The great challenge now is Abu Mazen to form a government with the Islamist group Hamas that is technocratic enough not to cause a boycott of U.S. and European Union.

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