Netanyahu convenes security cabinet meetings after Kerry's visit, with information that Abbas is planning new efforts in international arena; several ministers argue that the PA's collapse could serve Israel's interest.01:27 27.11.15 | 0 comments
No doubt all parties seek peace. However, the bad news, is that what is known as peace will not come that easily, not for many years.reasons are varied, both Israel and the PA are facing extremism. The extremism by the far right in Israel, cannot be addressed without painful political decisions. No government in Israel has been able to contain the far right, the government under the late PM Rabin failed. So what can PM Netanyahu hope to achieve. Its sad, yet its reality. The PA cannot proceed without Hamas, unless they plan a Palestinian State in the West Bank, which again is considered by Hamas as a breakaway entity somewhat akin to what China considers Taiwan. Then, we have Iran. The Regime will attempt whatever it takes to create havoc. So, what is the peace process hoping to achieve.? Well, its a beginning, a lengthily process, that may well show the world that the gracious president cares, it may, if well orchestrated, further the aims of Ms.Clinton. No doubt, nobody in Washington is that naive, for the true intentions are well hidden, even though suspicions do arise that it may well help the US in its current and disastrous campaign in Afghanistan and naturally the "boisterous" draw-down in Iraq. Maybe we all care for peace, but, I repeat,... but,.... November is close enough. A good evening to all.