Skip to comments.Peres: Abbas is Serious About Peace
Posted on 02/17/2014 10:49:39 PM PST by Eleutheria5
President Shimon Peres on Monday hailed remarks by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on the issue of the Palestinian refugees, AFP reported.
Peres, who said Abbass comments showed his "seriousness about reaching peace", was referring to what Abbas said during a meeting Sunday with more than 300 Israeli university students at his Ramallah headquarters.
At the meeting, the PA chief told the students said he did not want to "flood Israel" with so-called Palestinian refugees and that there was no need to "re-divide" Jerusalem.
"I was happy to hear him," Peres's office quoted him as saying at the start of a meeting with Peruvian President Ollanta Humala.
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Which is more dangerous to Israel?
The Jewish suicide lobby inside America's Democratic Party?
Or, Shimon Peres and the Jewish suicide lobby inside Israel?
Would he lie?................ NAH!...........................
Are they this blind, deaf and dumb?
Jewish Suicide Syndrome in overdrive. He must realize the rest of the Jews have finally woken up and aren’t willing to just walk into Obama’s ovens ....even if Kerry threatens to visit again and again and again. And again.
Take your Aricept, Shimon, and don’t miss your neurologist’s appointment.
Peres went totally off his rocker a few years ago it seems.....
Yes, yes, and yes...
I’ve always seen Peres as a moronic boob.
He was part of the Kitchen Cabinet during the Entebbe Raid (IIRC).
But I don’t know exactly what he was doing back then.
But they were the ones who gave the ‘go’.
Hallucinations are a part of Jewjsh Suicide Syndrome. They see every blood- thirsty, murderous Hitler out there as a loving friend with only the best of intentions towards the survivors of uncle Adolf. Peres needs mental treatment care ASAP.
Shimon, go retire somewhere where your ghetto Jew mentality won’t cause any harm or embarrass you. You wouldn’t know a common mugger if he emptied your pockets and left you bleeding on the street. You’d probably thank him and tell him you deserved it.
Now pull the other one.
> At the meeting, the PA chief told the students said he did not want to “flood Israel” with so-called Palestinian refugees and that there was no need to “re-divide” Jerusalem.
The reasons? Abbas wants to eliminate Israel, although his reference to “re-dividing” Jerusalem pertains to land swaps in the eastern part of the city. The so-called West Bank and so-called East Jerusalem were ethnically cleansed of Jews in 1948 by the POS Hashemite despot.
He was the Defense Minister back in the days of Entebbe.
That’s what I thought, too. Thanks.
Curse you, freep software. That was supposed to be a two column comparison.
Peres has been off his rocker from the beginning.
“Or of the draft agreement he hammered out with West Germany in 1961, to allow the creation of German military bases on Israeli soil less than two decades after the Holocaust a move that, had it even been floated, could have destroyed both his and Ben-Gurion’s political careers.”
Michael Bar-Zohar’s “Shimon Peres” (Random House, 480 pages,
Don’t take Shimon Peres seriously. He is 90+ years old and a figurehead. He is there to provide an image of continuity because he goes back to Israel’s war of Independence and has an honorable military past. Pere is there to glad hand visiting foreign leaders
Under Ben-Gurion’s patronage Peres came to assume increasingly more responsible positions after Israel became an independent nation in 1948. In the war for independence (1948-1949) he was assigned to the newly-formed ministry of defense and remained there until 1959. During that decade Peres served as chief of the naval department in 1948, was sent to the United States in 1950 on an arms-procurement mission (as well as to complete his education), and in the years 1952-1959 filled the top administrative post of director-general of the ministry.
Peres is remembered for having played a key role in Israeli national security. First, he was instrumental in establishing the indigenous Israeli defense industries. Second, at a time when Israel found itself isolated diplomatically in the face of mounting Arab threats and militarization, Peres encouraged collaboration with France. His secret contacts in Paris resulted in a flow of sophisticated weapons and military technologies from France, enabling Israel to conduct the successful Sinai campaign in 1956.
It’s not just Peres that worries me.
Within the last 6 months two retired Israeli Intelligence chiefs have called on Israel to make huge territorial concessions for “Peace.”
When did that ever work with the Palestinians!
Just call it the land for war “peace process” of John Effin Kerry.
Land for war. Give up land if you want war from the Muslims