the US aren't interested in solving this problem, and certainly not in human rights or human dignity - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ernst
    • 09.08.11 | 21:24 (IDT)

    Here we have another 'concerned' US, for the zilionst time claiming to 'raise its concerns with the ISraeli government', bla, bla, bla, bla. They don't give a damn about Israel or the Palestinians. Israel is a cheap and easy way of collecting votes for congress or white house and the US military industry is happy with a permanent flow of goods towards the middle east. But that's all, folks! ' Let me translate the words of the spokesman into the language of truth: The United States said Monday that it doesn't care one iota about Israel's approval of new housing construction in East Jerusalem. The State Department said in a statement that such "unilateral actions are giving the Obama administration time for a well deserved vacation and that these actions confirm to the US the logic of permanent absence of any reasonable behaviour and the complete lack of interest in a peace agreement between the parties." The department also said it sent an e-mail to the Israeli government telling them they don't care whatever Israel does as long as US citizens are not hurt (apart from those US citizens who are from Palestinian decent, since the US doesn't mind they are treated such as sbusive as any othe Palestinian)`

    from the article: U.S. 'deeply concerned' by Israel's approval of East Jerusalem construction plans
    First published 20:44 09.08.11 | Last updated 20:44 09.08.11
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