The defense minister talks with the king of Jordan at the Munich Security Conference about Middle East developments and possibilities of advancing the peace process.19:58 12.02.16 | 0 comments
‘I believed, and still do, that to be on the left entails a certain universality of concern for the rights and safety and welfare of people, regardless of nationality, race, religion, culture or political outlook.’ I dearly hope you’re not saying that you Bradley have a universality of concern for the rights and safety of people regardless of nationality, race, religion, culture or political outlook, when you deny Palestinians the right of return to their homes having been criminally forced out of them, for the simple reason that they’re Palestinian arab, and the Jewish state takes precedence. For that is your oft repeated position. That implies you’re accepting ethnic cleansing of a people for not being the desired ‘ethnic group’ for the region. Not very left Bradley. But then neither is Zionism because Zionism = Arabs out. No universality of concern there Bradley.