Netanyahu Ready to Talk Peace


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The ‘Oslo fever’ continues, the need for leaders of Israel since the signing of the 1993 Oslo Agreement to engage in ‘peace talks’ with Israel’s neighbors, which to date has resulted in countless terror attacks, land concessions and a sharp turn against Israel by much of the international community.

Delivering his address to the annual AIPAC (The American Israel Public Affairs Committee) conference via satellite from Israel, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in essence sent his first message to the White House, expressing a readiness to enter into peace talks with the PA (Palestinian Authority), immediately.

Netanyahu stated he is ready to begin immediately, without preconditions. What was not mentioned was the establishment of a Palestinian state. Mr. Netanyahu spoke of his planned “triple track” negotiations, which will encompass a security, political and economic track.

The prime minister also stressed Israel’s concerns regarding Iran’s fast-advancing nuclear program, stating Tehran must not be permitted to achieve nuclear independence.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)


  1. this is fillibusting by Bibi, which is good. It also shows that US yidden feel closer to the USA than Israel, which is sad. he is making the process complex, with “three tracks”. This makes it easy to keep delaying things, which is good.

    He needs to be seen to care. I myself coined a phrase the “sometimes it’s important to pretend to care”. I think that applies to this.