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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 8:55 am

The diplomatic report, intended to go public in the coming days, will place the blame for the moribund peace process on Israel. It is expected to be endorsed by the UN Security Council.

Israel has launched diplomatic efforts aimed at halting the publication of a report by the Quartet (an international diplomatic body comprised of the United Nations, the European Union, the United States, and Russia. Its purpose is to oversee the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and attempt to end the conflict), which is expected to blame Israel for the current impasse in the peace process with the Palestinians. 
 

The report is set to be published on Thursday or Friday, but diplomats in Israel estimate that it will only be published after Prime Minister Netanyahu meets with US Secretary of State John Kerry. The two are set to meet in Rome early next week.

 

Israeli officials say that the report is not expected to contain any major surprises but is likely to place full blame at Israel's door step for the stalled peace process. The report will also reportedly condemn Israel's construction in the settlements, settler violence, home demolitions, and other steps seen as jeopardizing the prospects of a two-state solution. 

 


Netnayahu and Abbas. Israel is expected to take most of the blame for the stalled negotiations. (Photo: Getty Images)

 

Palestinians are expected to be censured for the effect their actions have had in increasing incitement and violence.

 

Reports received by Israel say that back channel attempts have been made to make the report part of the UN Security Council's agenda. The government in Jerusalem is worried that the report may pave a path toward promoting the French peace initiative (which Israel opposes), and perhaps even its endorsement by the UN.

 

Senior Israeli ministers say that the US is playing a double game, and that it enjoys watching Israel squirm, intending on intervening at a more convenient time – specifically, after the November presidential elections are over.

 

The Quartet's report was written following a meeting of its foreign affairs representatives in Munich in early 2016 with the goal of analyzing the reasons for the diplomatic stagnation between Israel and the Palestinians. It aso set out to form a plan for renewing negotiations.

 

PM Netanyahu spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him to intervene and "soften" the report, as well as to postpone its publication. Netanyahu will also meet European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (who will be arriving in Israel for a goodbye visit, as he is expected to leave office at the end of 2016) next week and discuss the Quartet's report with them.



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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 8:59 am

lol what a surprise the Un would say that.
Both in the end refused and why, because israel wanted face toi face talks, and the PLO refused this wanting instead for no talks but political pressure on israel
Its the same story everytime
The UN is a standing joke and most now are coming to see it is as very corrupt.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:00 am

What the Un neglects







As the blood dried at the scene of the latest Tel Aviv massacre, the city’s mayor rushed to empathize with the terrorists’ motives.

“We might be the only country in the world where another nation is under occupation without civil rights,” he claimed. “You can’t hold people in a situation of occupation and hope they’ll reach the conclusion everything is alright.”

This prognosis was quickly followed by the usual Israeli “hope” peddlers.


“The terror will continue as long as the Palestinian people have no hope on the horizon,” argued a Haaretz editorial. “The only way to deal with terrorism is by freeing the Palestinian people from the occupation.”

But this precisely what Israel did 20 years ago.

The declaration of principles (DOP, or Oslo I) signed on the White House lawn in September 1993 by the PLO and the Israeli government provided for Palestinian self-rule in the entire West Bank and Gaza Strip for a transitional period not to exceed five years, during which Israel and the Palestinians would negotiate a permanent peace settlement. By May 1994, Israel had completed its withdrawal from the Gaza Strip (apart from a small stretch of territory containing a small number of Israeli settlements that “occupied” not a single Palestinian and were subsequently evacuated in 2005) and the Jericho area of the West Bank. On July 1, PLO chairman Yasser Arafat made his triumphant entry into Gaza, and shortly afterward a newly- established Palestinian Authority (PA ) under his leadership took control of this territory.


On September 28, 1995, despite the PA ’s abysmal failure to clamp down on terrorist activities in the territories under its control, the two parties signed an interim agreement, and by the end of the year Israeli forces had been withdrawn from the West Bank’s populated areas with the exception of Hebron (where redeployment was completed in early 1997). On January 20, 1996, elections to the Palestinian Council were held, and shortly afterward both the Israeli Civil Administration and military government were dissolved.

“What happened... in the territories is the Palestinian state,” gushed environment minister Yossi Sarid. “The Palestinian state has already been established.”

This euphoric assertion was prescient. While the geographical scope of the Israeli withdrawals was relatively limited (the surrendered land amounted to some 30 percent of the West Bank’s overall territory), its impact on the Palestinian population was nothing short of revolutionary.

In one fell swoop, Israel relinquished control over virtually all of the West Bank’s 1.4 million residents. Since that time, nearly 60% of them have lived entirely under Palestinian jurisdiction (Area A). Another 40% live in towns, villages, refugee camps and hamlets where the PA exercises civil authority but, in line with the Oslo accords, Israel has maintained “overriding responsibility for security” (Area B). Some 2% of the West Bank’s population – tens of thousands of Palestinians – continue to live in areas where Israel has complete control, but even there the PA maintains “functional jurisdiction” (Area C).


In short, since the beginning of 1996, and certainly following the completion of the redeployment from Hebron in January 1997, 99% of the Palestinian population of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip has not lived under Israeli occupation. As the virulent anti-Israel and anti-Jewish media, school system and religious incitement can attest to, during these years, any presence of a foreign occupation has been virtually non-existent.

This in turn means that the presentation of terrorism as a natural response to the so-called occupation is not only completely unfounded but the inverse of the truth.

In the two-and-a-half years from the signing of the DOP to the fall of the Labor government in May 1996, 210 Israelis were murdered – nearly three times the average death toll of the previous 26 years, when only a small fraction of the fatalities had been caused by West Bank- and/or Gaza-originated attacks due to Israel’s effective counterinsurgency measures, the low level of national consciousness among the Palestinians and the vast improvement in their standard of living under Israel’s control.

Moreover, nearly two thirds of the 1994-96 victims were murdered in Israeli territory inside the “Green Line” – nearly 10 times the average fatality toll in Israel in the preceding six violent years of the Palestinian uprising (intifada).

In September 1996 another escalatory threshold was crossed when Arafat reverted to direct violence by exploiting the opening of a new exit to an archaeological tunnel under the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site, to unleash widespread riots in which 17 Israelis and some 80 Palestinians were killed. And while the PA quickly dropped the tunnel issue from its agenda once it had outlived its usefulness, Arafat was to repeat this precedent on several occasions, most notably by launching the September 2000 terrorist war (euphemized as the “al-Aksa intifada” after the Jerusalem mosque) – a short time after being offered Palestinian statehood by prime minister Ehud Barak.

By the time of Arafat’s death four years later, his war – the bloodiest and most destructive confrontation between Israelis and Palestinians since 1948 – had exacted 1,028 Israeli lives in some 5,760 attacks: nine times the average death toll of the pre-Oslo era. Of these, about 450 people (or 44% of victims) were killed in suicide bombings – a practically unheard of tactic in the Palestinian-Israeli context prior to Oslo. All in all, more than 1,600 Israelis were murdered and another 9,000 wounded since the signing of the DOP – nearly three times the average death toll of the preceding 26 years.

And this without mentioning the unreconstructed terrorist entity established in the Gaza Strip, whose clear and present danger to the vast majority of Israel’s population can be contained through repeated military campaigns but not eradicated altogether.

If occupation was indeed the cause of terrorism, why was terrorism sparse during the years of actual occupation? Why did it increase dramatically with the prospect of the end of the occupation, and why did it escalate into open war upon Israel’s most far-reaching concessions ever? To the contrary, one might argue with far greater plausibility that the absence of occupation – that is, the withdrawal of close Israeli surveillance – is precisely what facilitated the launching of the terrorist war in the first place; just as it was the partial restoration of security measures in the West Bank during the 2002 Operation Defensive Shield and its aftermath (albeit without reassuming control over the daily lives of the Palestinian population there) that brought the Palestinian war of terror to an end.

It is not “occupation” that underlies the lack of “hope on the horizon” but the century-long Palestinian rejection of the Jewish right to statehood, as expressed in the 1922 League of Nations’ Palestine mandate and the 1947 UN Partition Resolution. So long as that disposition is tolerated, let alone encouraged, the idea of Palestinian-Israeli peace will remain a chimera.

The author is emeritus professor of Middle East and Mediterranean studies at Kings College London, and a Senior Research Associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University.



http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/It-is-not-the-occupation-457398




Great factual reasoning and why its never been about the occupation, but the extinction of israel itself by the Palestinian authorities.
This is evident as seen so many times through the areas history.As why is it other Arab nations have come to peace but the palestinian authorities to continue to refuse to do so with israel?because they continue to refuse its existance and until they do, there never will be peace.,Any who champion such a cause, champions a cause of blackmail, agreesion, hate, antisemitism and something far removed from actual peace. Until the world stops pandering the Palestinians authorities ies and tell them no help or recognition will come until they seek out a peace treay with israel, will there be any chance of a lasting peace. Its always been israel that have sought peace, only for that to be denied everytime by either the Palestinian authorities or Arab nations

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:06 am

Isn't that about the third time you have posted that.

Never mind the IDF have just admitted to shooting a bunch of Palestinian teenagers in a car 'by mistake', killing a 15 yrs old and badly injuring 4 others.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:12 am

sassy wrote:Isn't that about the third time you have posted that.

Never mind the IDF have just admitted to shooting a bunch of Palestinian teenagers in a car 'by mistake', killing a 15 yrs old and badly injuring 4 others.


So you do not like facts, its posted on history once and its very apt to post here to show how its always been the Palestinian authorities at fault for the peace process.
In conflicts troops do make mistakes, its a sad reality, of which no mistakes would happen and no palestinians would die either, if the Palestinian authorities had accepted israel to exist back since before israel was created.
Since then it has refused to allow israel to exist and why people die on each side and yet you fail to see the root cause of the blame is with the palestinian authorities. If they had of accepted the partition plan, there would be peace today.
Israel has offered peace and given them the only time in its history autonomy to goven themselves.
They never had this before and have spurned every peace process.
So why do you never condemn the Palestinian authorities for this failing sassy?

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:17 am

Said the hasbara trolls would be out, rewriting the truth.

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:21 am

As for Karsch, I think Benny Morris destroyed him a long time ago

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:24 am

sassy wrote:Said the hasbara trolls would be out, rewriting the truth.

Considering I have studied history and you have zero knowledge and you are again diverting from the facts
I will simply just laugh at your pitiful reply
As always you simply havbe no answer and even your boy wonder Irn, just tries to character assassinate me like you do.
Facts are facts, if the Palastinianjs had accepted the partition plan, there would be peace today, they refuse to except israel and you pander to this by constantly trying to dehumnize israel.

Here you will love this article, right up your street.

Water, water everywhere but not a drop of truth by B'Tselem


Yesterday, B'Tselem tweeted:

Twitter wrote:B'Tselem בצלם بتسيلم @btselem
While Palestinians suffer from severe water shortage, settlement swimming pools are full http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.726132 … pic.twitter.com/W8KRq9hylW.

The link goes to a Haaretz article by Amira Hass where Palestinians complain that settlements get all the water and none go to their communities in Judea and Samaria.

The Haaretz article didn't mention swimming pools once.

One person pointed out to  B'Tselem public relations director Roy Yellin that Palestinian swimming pools happen to be full:





Twitter wrote:.@btselem It seems that Waterland in Jericho is opened for business. 30 Shekels for a full day pass. @elderofziyon pic.twitter.com/3oXpmWqaw4

Indeed it is open, along with numerous other Palestinian water parks and swimming pools.

Yellin simply could not understand how this is relevant right after he retweeted about settlement swimming pools:

What possible point could there to point out that Palestinian swimming pools are full be right after he complains that Jews have swimming pools? It is a real mystery, I tell ya.

It just so happens that Yisrael Medad told me yesterday that Israel's water carrier Mekorot turned off the water altogether in his community at Shiloh.

That's right, Jewish settlements with no water in the hot summer months.

B'Tselem is not interested in truth. But this is how it raises all that European funds so it can give salaries to people like Yellin.

Truth becomes a burden when you need to pay for your own swimming pool.

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2016/06/water-water-everywhere-but-not-drop-of.html

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:28 am

Howard Sachar sees Karsh as the "preeminent scholar-spokesman of the Revisionist (politically-rightist) Movement in Zionism."[6]
Author David Rodman opined that "Karsh stitches together a seemingly irrefutable case for the validity of the traditionalist narrative, possibly bringing to an end once and for all the New Historian phenomenon as a sustainable historiographical project."[7]
New Historians leader Benny Morris called Karsh's Fabricating Israeli History "a mélange of distortions, half-truths, and plain lies that vividly demonstrates his profound ignorance of both the source material (...) and the history of the Zionist-Arab conflict," titling his article "Undeserving of a Reply".[8] Morris adds that Karsh belabors minor points while ignoring the main pieces of evidence.[9]
Political scientist Ian Lustick commented that Karsh's writing in Fabricating Israeli History was malevolent, and his analysis erratic and sloppy.[10][11]
Yezid Sayigh, professor of Middle East studies, wrote that "[Karsh] is simply not what he makes himself out to be, a trained historian (nor political/social scientist)."[12] Karsh accused Sayigh of a "misleading misrepresentation of my scholarly background" and retorted that Sayigh's remarks were "not a scholarly debate on facts and theses but a character assassination couched in high pseudo-academic rhetoric".[12]


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efraim_Karsh




And an ex Major in the IDF lol

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:28 am

sassy wrote:As for Karsch, I think Benny Morris destroyed him a long time ago

is that why you deleted the article sassy?


lol!


Morris is a very good historian, of which I think some of his views are good and some poor, but show me where he states israel are at fault for the palestinian authorities refusing the partitian plan and then starting a civil war against th Jews?

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:31 am

sassy wrote:Howard Sachar sees Karsh as the "preeminent scholar-spokesman of the Revisionist (politically-rightist) Movement in Zionism."[6]
Author David Rodman opined that "Karsh stitches together a seemingly irrefutable case for the validity of the traditionalist narrative, possibly bringing to an end once and for all the New Historian phenomenon as a sustainable historiographical project."[7]
New Historians leader Benny Morris called Karsh's Fabricating Israeli History "a mélange of distortions, half-truths, and plain lies that vividly demonstrates his profound ignorance of both the source material (...) and the history of the Zionist-Arab conflict," titling his article "Undeserving of a Reply".[8] Morris adds that Karsh belabors minor points while ignoring the main pieces of evidence.[9]
Political scientist Ian Lustick commented that Karsh's writing in Fabricating Israeli History was malevolent, and his analysis erratic and sloppy.[10][11]
Yezid Sayigh, professor of Middle East studies, wrote that "[Karsh] is simply not what he makes himself out to be, a trained historian (nor political/social scientist)."[12] Karsh accused Sayigh of a "misleading misrepresentation of my scholarly background" and retorted that Sayigh's remarks were "not a scholarly debate on facts and theses but a character assassination couched in high pseudo-academic rhetoric".[12]


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efraim_Karsh




And an ex Major in the IDF lol


Glad you posted the link so all can see fully and read for themselves to make up their mind, even though you again attempt to deligitimnize a historian, not able to counter his points but look to deframe him lol
You are so predicatable and why you are clueless on the history of the conflict




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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:32 am

Didge wrote:
sassy wrote:Said the hasbara trolls would be out, rewriting the truth.

Considering I have studied history and you have zero knowledge and you are again diverting from the facts
I will simply just laugh at your pitiful reply
As always you simply havbe no answer and even your boy wonder Irn, just tries to character assassinate me like you do.
Facts are facts, if the Palastinianjs had accepted the partition plan, there would be peace today, they refuse to except israel and you pander to this by constantly trying to dehumnize israel.

Here you will love this article, right up your street.

Water, water everywhere but not a drop of truth by B'Tselem




Yesterday, B'Tselem tweeted:

Twitter wrote:B'Tselem בצלם بتسيلم @btselem
While Palestinians suffer from severe water shortage, settlement swimming pools are full http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.726132 … pic.twitter.com/W8KRq9hylW.

The link goes to a Haaretz article by Amira Hass where Palestinians complain that settlements get all the water and none go to their communities in Judea and Samaria.

The Haaretz article didn't mention swimming pools once.

One person pointed out to  B'Tselem public relations director Roy Yellin that Palestinian swimming pools happen to be full:





Twitter wrote:.@btselem It seems that Waterland in Jericho is opened for business. 30 Shekels for a full day pass. @elderofziyon pic.twitter.com/3oXpmWqaw4

Indeed it is open, along with numerous other Palestinian water parks and swimming pools.

Yellin simply could not understand how this is relevant right after he retweeted about settlement swimming pools:

What possible point could there to point out that Palestinian swimming pools are full be right after he complains that Jews have swimming pools? It is a real mystery, I tell ya.

It just so happens that Yisrael Medad told me yesterday that Israel's water carrier Mekorot turned off the water altogether in his community at Shiloh.

That's right, Jewish settlements with no water in the hot summer months.

B'Tselem is not interested in truth. But this is how it raises all that European funds so it can give salaries to people like Yellin.

Truth becomes a burden when you need to pay for your own swimming pool.

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2016/06/water-water-everywhere-but-not-drop-of.html


Yet again missing the point.

Palestinians have one or two PUBLIC swimming pools, they are not allowed the water for private ones


The settlements have HUNDREDS of PRIVATE swimming pools and are allowed all the water they want.

Meantime:

Israel Plans to Destroy Only Water Source of Shepherds in West Bank Village


Move comes despite Israeli authorities telling international agencies that there would be no demolitions during the month of Ramadan.


Israel intends to destroy a water-holding tank that serves 20 families of Palestinian shepherds and their flocks in the northern Jordan Valley.

This, despite the fact that Israel’s coordinator of government activities in the territories (to which the Civil Administration is subordinate) promised representatives of international agencies that there would be no demolitions during the month of Ramadan, except for structures built during this time, Haaretz has learned.

The simple structure collects water coming out of a natural spring. A rubber hose attached to it runs for a few dozen meters to a plastic trough. The Civil Administration claims the structure was built illegally.

The shepherds, who live in a community called Umm al-Jimal, own 700 sheep and goats, as well as 300 cows and some horses. Last year, a flood destroyed another holding tank that served the families, also blocking the spring’s exit. The families are concerned that destroying the current holding tank will once more block the spring, which is their only close water source.

A final injunction to stop work and demolish the holding tank was given in April 2012, but was never implemented. Last Tuesday, an inspector called Avi posted a notice concerning filing reservations regarding the demolition injunction “for a 10-meter-square pool of water.”

Residents were given three days to present their reservations at the Civil Administration. At press time, they didn’t know if an attorney for the Palestinian Authority had managed to file on time, or whether Civil Administration officials will arrive in coming days to demolish the tank.

Haaretz was unable to contact the attorney on Saturday and couldn’t contact the Civil Administration because of Shabbat.

read more: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.725703

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:34 am

sassy wrote:
Didge wrote:

Considering I have studied history and you have zero knowledge and you are again diverting from the facts
I will simply just laugh at your pitiful reply
As always you simply havbe no answer and even your boy wonder Irn, just tries to character assassinate me like you do.
Facts are facts, if the Palastinianjs had accepted the partition plan, there would be peace today, they refuse to except israel and you pander to this by constantly trying to dehumnize israel.

Here you will love this article, right up your street.

Water, water everywhere but not a drop of truth by B'Tselem






Yesterday, B'Tselem tweeted:



The link goes to a Haaretz article by Amira Hass where Palestinians complain that settlements get all the water and none go to their communities in Judea and Samaria.

The Haaretz article didn't mention swimming pools once.

One person pointed out to  B'Tselem public relations director Roy Yellin that Palestinian swimming pools happen to be full:







Indeed it is open, along with numerous other Palestinian water parks and swimming pools.

Yellin simply could not understand how this is relevant right after he retweeted about settlement swimming pools:

What possible point could there to point out that Palestinian swimming pools are full be right after he complains that Jews have swimming pools? It is a real mystery, I tell ya.

It just so happens that Yisrael Medad told me yesterday that Israel's water carrier Mekorot turned off the water altogether in his community at Shiloh.

That's right, Jewish settlements with no water in the hot summer months.

B'Tselem is not interested in truth. But this is how it raises all that European funds so it can give salaries to people like Yellin.

Truth becomes a burden when you need to pay for your own swimming pool.

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2016/06/water-water-everywhere-but-not-drop-of.html


Yet again missing the point.

Palestinians have one or two PUBLIC swimming pools, they are not allowed the water for private ones


The settlements have HUNDREDS of PRIVATE swimming pools and are allowed all the water they want.

Meantime:



Two swimming polls

lol!

Its priceless the bullshit you buy sassy, and again why have they not closed them if there is a water shortage?
Money over thirst I guess


It just so happens that Yisrael Medad told me yesterday that Israel's water carrier Mekorot turned off the water altogether in his community at Shiloh.

That's right, Jewish settlements with no water in the hot summer months.

B'Tselem is not interested in truth. But this is how it raises all that European funds so it can give salaries to people like Yellin.

Truth becomes a burden when you need to pay for your own swimming pool.

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2016/06/water-water-everywhere-but-not-drop-of.html

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:40 am

Hasbara revisionism.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:43 am

sassy wrote:Hasbara revisionism.


See no ability to counter only able to character assassinate lol

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Post by sassy on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:47 am

What character assassination, your phobia is showing, just an explanation of the way you post.

Hasbara revisionism.

Taraa chuck, have a good day.

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Post by Didge on Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:48 am

sassy wrote:What character assassination, your phobia is showing, just an explanation of the way you post.

Hasbara revisionism.

Taraa chuck, have a good day.


Like i say, all you can do is talk about and attempt to deligitimize me me sassy and zero on the debate

That is chacarter assassination

The only paranoia is to think i am paid to post here by israel lol

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