Israel has no interest in peace - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Helen Greenberg
    • 12.11.12 | 12:29 (IST)

    Netanyahu should stop advocating peace through his words. The actions of his gov't speak loud and clear that there is no interest in peace. Netanyahu's actions during the US election - his cozying up to the abominable Sheldon Adelson and fawning over Romney were clearly mistakes for the larger benefit of Israel. As a Jew and strong supporter of a Jewish state, Netanyahu continues to place American Jews in a difficult situation. Patience is running out and the only hope is for Netanyahu's coalition to be replaced by a left/centrist coalition. Shame on you, you have earned the isolation by any country seeking peace in the Middle East and you can not be trusted. Let's hope Pres. Obama takes a hard line and control of moving the peace process forward, but additional settlements must be stopped first. Netanyahu sees more settlements as the only way to shore up religious support. Enough already of placing the interests of the religious over the rest of the country.

    from the article: Barak approves plans to build 500 new homes in West Bank settlement
    First published 03:38 12.11.12 | Last updated 03:38 12.11.12
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