Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
Tell him you don't blame Israel for not trusting the arabs it makes you sound legitimate and its the sort of thing the Americans like to hear. Then tell them Israel must give up the Golan and it must be done with mediation from ( our enemy ) Turkey. A little smooth talking goes along way with US politicians. Syria is not going to break off ties with Iran because Iran pays their bills and Hizbollah has become an independent entity in its own right now and is on the verge of overthrowing the Lebanese government. If Syria made peace with Israel ( Assad also is not offering full peace ) but if he did make peace and that came at the expense of Hizbollah that would be seen as an act of betrayal and Assad would be next target for it. Also in reality Syria's alliance with Iran doesn't even hurt Israel because its very unlikely to increase the chances of war breaking out between Syria & Israel. If Syria wants peace then Assad should say I relinquish claims to the Golan. If the arabs want trust from Israel they must earn it through actions and you don't just hand over strategic plots of land to a man who has never given us any reason to trust him and all we have as proof of peace is his word and signature which is not much of an assurance. Better for arab states to make peace with Israel on a 1-1 basis not part of a package deal where if you can't work out a satisfactory agreement with one then you don't get a deal with any. If they wanted most the Gulf states could make a peace with Israel right now as long as its unconditional.