Skip to comments.Herzog: Liberman Trying to Sabotage the Peace Process
Posted on 12/07/2013 6:42:16 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Opposition leader MK Yitzchak Herzog (Labor) on Saturday accused Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman of trying to sabotage the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Herzog, who is currently in Washington where he will meet with National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Secretary of State John Kerry, was responding to Libermans remarks at the Saban Forum on Friday, where the Foreign Minister said that peace was impossible in the near future, because there was zero trust between the two sides.
Herzog called on Liberman to undergo a reality check, saying that the Foreign Minister should remember that even if he refuses to recognize a reality that exists, it does not mean it ceases to exist.
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If we're going to see American support for entitlements and socialism, I'd much rather see the benefits go to American citizens.
The Labor Party has not had anything to do with reality for a long, long time.
any member of the Kinnesset that thinks that reproachment with the Jew hating Pals is possible is out of their mind . Only a steel hard and tough Israel that totally dominates it’s terrain stands a chance of surviving . Israel should make common cause with the Saudis at this point , if anything . In this regard the Iran threat may be a good thing . The world has to wake up to the fact that the great majority of the Pals are dirtbags and not worth supporting . They had a chance in 1948 and threw it away . Time and again they repeat that folly . To hell with them now . No Pal state in the West Bank , no west bank .
They are great surgeons, though. How else can they get their heads so far up their asses?
“Peace” process my eye.
Protection racket may be a better term.
Seems like “labor parties” everywhere stand for the destruction of civil society.
Opposition leader MK Yitzchak Herzog (Labor) on Saturday accused Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman of trying to sabotage the peace [sic] talks... responding to Libermans remarks at the Saban Forum on Friday, where the Foreign Minister said that peace was impossible in the near future, because there was "zero trust" between the two sides.By the two sides he means, on the one hand, Israel, and on the other the Obama administration and terrorists. Thanks Eleutheria5.