|REUTERS/MOHAMED ABD EL GHANY|
(Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called on Sunday for a renewed commitment to achieving Middle East peace, saying a lasting deal between Israel, the Palestinians and all their neighbors was possible.
But prospects for a renewed peace process appeared dim as Kerry offered no specifics on how to restart negotiations in his speech to a Gaza reconstruction conference that raised more than $5 billion in aid for the Palestinians after a devastating war in the tiny coastal territory...
The problems between Israel and the local Arabs here is far down on the list IMHO. Arabs here have the best health care of any in the world. Israel has developed the infrastructure, electricity, piped water,public transportation, telephone system etc. since 1967 that gives the local Arabs all modern advantages. The P.A. (Palestinian Authority,) elected by the Arabs, is responsible for their municipal needs, so if they have any complaints, their problem.
Now there are urgent "hot spots" in the Middle East that do need fixing, so I would just tweak Kerry's plans a bit and send him off to negotiate the ISIS problem.
An ISIS fighter who goes by the name of Abu Muhammad al-Amriki (the American), was reportedly killed on Sunday, Oct. 12...In the video, the terrorist seems to be describing some sort of weapons double-crossing as the explanation for why he chose to defect to the ISIS terrorist group from a different Syrian terrorist group, Jabhat al Nusra.
The U.S.-led coalition against ISIS has been hitting positions in the area for several days, but it seems to be too little, too late, and Kobane is soon expected to fall to the ISIS genocidal death squad. (Jewish Press)
|Iran Police, Israel Behind the News|
Some six weeks before the conclusion of crucial nuclear talks between P5+1 world powers and Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in a Twitter feed he is believed to operate, posted a graphic laying out 11 non-negotiable “red lines,” beyond which his country’s negotiators would, presumably, not budge.
“During the past year, Ayatollah Khamenei, in line with his support for the Iranian negotiators, has also stressed on the Iranian nation’s rights and has called it necessary to observe the red lines in the course of the nuclear talks,” the infographic, which was posted on Sunday, said. (Algemeiner)
And here, closer to home, before Obama sics Kerry back on us, he should first clarify the true aims and ideology of the so-called "Palestinians," sic.
PA leaders: Our weapons are for future wars with IsraelJibril Rajoub:"The weapons of the Resistance must remain in storage... When there is an attack, the battle will be in all the Palestinian territories, in which all members of the Palestinian people will participate" Al-Quds, Oct. 3, 2014 (PMW)
Would U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama really accept such people in his homeland? No, so he should stop supporting them financially and diplomatically!!! And Israel, yes, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, must categorically refuse to participate in the next round of Kerry talks!!!