1 52 PM till 4 PM.I was back@Jeru. for שבת. Dear Humanity,my Israel doesn't want peace settlement! Just status-quo until DARK SIDE for Humanity@Billion+ Strike;starting here!

  • Published 02:59 29.06.11
  • Latest update 02:59 29.06.11

Top Jewish leader and close Netanyahu ally blasts PM for lack of diplomatic plan

World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder tells meeting of Jewish parliamentarians in Jerusalem Israel must try to regain international support to prevent unilateral declaration of Palestinian state in September.

By Barak Ravid

World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder, who in the past was considered one of Benjamin Netanyahu's biggest donors and supporters, lashed out at the prime minister's diplomatic policy Monday night. He made the comments in a speech to Jewish members of parliament from around the world as they attended a conference in Jerusalem.

The remarks were made against the background of a serious rift that has recently developed between the two men.

World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder.

World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder.

Photo by: AP

His criticism is also noteworthy because Lauder is known as a fierce critic of U.S. President Barack Obama's Middle East policies. Less than six weeks ago, the WJC president issued a statment blasting Obama's Middle East policy address on May 19, saying Obama's call for negotiations to take place on the basis of the 1967 lines (with territorial swaps ) endangered Israel.

Since Netanyahu took office two years ago, Lauder has sent letters to Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging the administration to stop pressuring Israel over the settlement issue. He also took out several huge newspaper advertisements in which he attacked Obama and defended Netanyahu; he later said he obtained Netanyahu's approval before publishing these ads.

In recent weeks, however, their relationship has been tense. Netanyahu did not attend last week's annual meeting of the WJC in Jerusalem, as he has in previous years, cancelling at the last minute.

Daily newspaper Maariv reported last week that Netanyahu canceled his appearance because he was furious that Lauder - a major shareholder in the Channel 10 television station - did not prevent the broadcast of a series of investigative reports about overseas trips of Netanyahu's that were financed by private individuals or organizations. Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, apparently viewed this as a personal insult, and the cancelation was meant to signal his displeasure.


by Natasha Mozgovaya
(Here comes of our U.S.@Democracy,effective, Seducion.)
  • Published 21:01 28.06.11
  • Latest update 21:01 28.06.11

U.S. presidential candidate accuses Obama of treating Israel like a problem

Republican former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty says the U.S. president's Middle East policy 'breaks his heart', claims Obama is wrong in belief that 'Israeli-Palestinian conflict lies at the heart of every problem in the Middle East'.

By Natasha Mozgovaya

Former governor of Minnesota and Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty is not impressed with U.S. President Barack Obama’s Middle East policy, accusing the U.S. president of treating Israel “as a problem rather than as an ally” in his addresses to the State Department and the AIPAC policy conference.

In a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations Tuesday, Pawlenty lamented the Obama administration’s attitude toward the Middle East, saying “it breaks my heart that President Obama treats Israel, our great friend, as a problem, rather than as an ally.”

Tim Pawlenty - Reuters - June 28, 2011

Tim Pawlenty.

Photo by: Reuters

Pawlenty continued his criticism of the U.S. president, saying that Israeli – Palestinian peace is a more distant reality than “the day Barack Obama came to office”, adding that the U.S. president “doesn’t really have a policy toward the peace process, he has an attitude.”

The Republican presidential candidate claimed that Obama “thinks the answer is always more pressure on Israel”, accusing the U.S. president of having an “anti-Israel attitude”, adding that it is preposterous to think that the prosperity and freedom of countries undergoing upheaval in the region have anything to do with “how many apartments Israel builds in Jerusalem”.

The former governor recommend “cultivating and empowering moderate forces in Palestinian society”. Pawlenty predicted that “when the Palestinians have leaders who are honest and capable, who appreciate the rule of law, who understand that war against Israel has doomed generations of Palestinians to lives of bitterness, violence, and poverty – then peace will come”. (Oh Really?? What of settlements,especially Arial@Dead Center Hights@Nothh West Bank;Not next to any Jewish religious site;but statigically,about 32 years,sited to Block@Viable Palestine! Named after then Israeli Housing Minister,well before his Prime@then,already known@Headline News for his Sound Bite:As; "Grab hold onto & settle@All those Hilltops;Before those others do."
With about 20,000 pop.;infused with higher Eductional@+11,000 students;Focus point for delegitimize for Israel academia across Humanity.
Performing Arts,new,Center. Focus point for for delegitimize Israel Performing Arts across Humanity.
The John Agee,new, Sports & Recreation Center@Arial .
And Now; For my 1st time@posting on Arial;
(All;Say;Care to read a captivating 753 page,fiction paperback;Ending,including;Just staving off a mini-nuclear attack; Centered@Arial Synagogue ?
That's ,"Numberd Account" By Christoper Reich;Circa 1990 . That was one of the best paperbacks I found here to read.)
And there settlements expanding;Rendering for Viable Palestine 'A DARK SIDE for Humanity coming 'Joke.'
As Far rightist MK Danny Danon recently boasted:As; "PALISTINE,for them;Only on FACEBOOK.")

NJDC President and CEO David A. Harris said that “Pawlenty's constant misrepresentations of President Barack Obama's pro-Israel record are profoundly wrong and must stop immediately.”

Harris accused Pawlenty of ignoring Obama’s strong support for Israel, sending the world the wrong message in his claims that Obama holds an “anti-Israel attitude”. The NJDC president said that such baseless attacks “especially with this level of vitriol and empty rhetoric” send Israel’s enemies a dangerous message that the Obama administration “is anywhere but squarely in Israel's corner.”

He called for a stop to such “partisan games”, cautioning that they pose a potential threat to Israel’s security.


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