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Obama and Netanyahu differ in talks

Posted by alicemarziali su 19 maggio, 2009

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Obama and Netanyahu differ in talks

Obama urged Netanyahu, right, to restart negotiations with the Palestinians [AFP]

AL JAZEERA INTERNATIONAL

Israel’s prime minister has refused to commit to an independent Palestinian state during talks with Barack Obama, the US president, at the White House.

Binyamin Netanyahu told Obama that he wanted the Palestinians to govern themselves, but steered clear of explicitly endorsing the two-state solution set out in the so-called “road map”.

He said that Israel was “ready” to resume negotiations with the Palestinians, which stalled during the 22-day offensive in the Gaza Strip, but he attached conditions to any new process. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Netanyhau a Obama: «No a uno stato palestinese»

Posted by alicemarziali su 19 maggio, 2009

IL SOLE 24 ORE

Gli Stati Uniti ribadiscono che per la pace in Medio Oriente serve la soluzione due Stati due popoli, ma Israele risponde di non prende in considerazione lo spazio politico e territoriale per la nascita di uno Stato palestinese. Il premier dello Stato ebraico Benjamin Netanyahu si è detto invece favorevole a una forma di autogoverno dei palestinesi. E’ quanto emerge dall’incontro fra il presidente degli Stati Uniti, Barack Obama, con il premier israeliano. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Face à Nétanyahou, Obama répète son soutien à la création d’un Etat palestinien

Posted by alicemarziali su 19 maggio, 2009

LE MONDESans surprise, Barack Obama a réaffirmé, lundi 18 mai, son soutien à la création d’un Etat palestinien à l’issue d’un entretien avec le premier ministre israélien, Benyamin Nétanyahou. “Nous avons parlé des moyens de relancer des négociations sérieuses sur les questions d’Israël et des Palestiniens”, a dit le président américain, ajoutant que la “solution à deux Etats” servait les intérêts des deux camps.

Obama s’exprimait à l’issue d’un entretien à la Maison Blanche avec Nétanyahou, qui effectuait son premier déplacement à Washington depuis son retour à la tête du gouvernement israélien, le 31 mars. Il a également rappelé que la “feuille de route” de 2003 soutenue par les médiateurs internationaux fixait à Israël la nécessité de geler toute activité de colonisation dans les territoires palestiniens. Nétanyahou, dont la coalition intègre des partis hostiles à cette solution à deux Etats, a estimé pour sa part que les Palestiniens devaient s’administrer eux-mêmes mais n’a fait nulle mention d’un Etat palestinien proprement dit. “Nous ne voulons pas gouverner les Palestiniens. Nous voulons qu’ils se gouvernent eux-mêmes”, a-t-il dit. L’objectif de créer un Etat palestinien avait été réaffirmé fin 2007 à Annapolis par le prédécesseur de Nétanyahou, Ehoud Olmert, et le président de l’Autorité palestinienne, Mahmoud Abbas, réunis dans le Maryland par George Bush. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Les Etats-Unis repensent leur relation avec Israël

Posted by alicemarziali su 16 maggio, 2009

Le premier geste de sa présidence avait été d’appeler le président de l’Autorité palestinienne, Mahmoud Abbas. Et 119 jours plus tard, Barack Obama s’entretient pour la première fois, ce lundi 18 mai, avec le premier ministre israélien, Benjamin Nétanyahou, à la Maison Blanche. Iran, processus de paix, dénucléarisation du Proche-Orient : les enjeux sont élevés alors que Washington tente de passer d’une position de soutien sans faille à Israël à celle de faiseur de paix dans la région.

Après cet entretien, le président américain doit recevoir, le 26 mai, son homologue égyptien Hosni Moubarak, et le 28 mai, M. Abbas. Il a prévu ensuite de s’adresser directement au monde arabe le 4 juin, au Caire. Une conférence internationale – vieille idée de la Russie – pourrait suivre. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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WATCH: Syria envoy to U.S. says he prefers Lieberman to Livni

Posted by alicemarziali su 13 aprile, 2009

HA’ARETZ

The Syrian ambassador to Washington told CNN on Sunday that the election of Barack Obama gave him reason to be optimistic that Israel and Syria could clinch a peace deal, and that he was not deterred by the prospects of working with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.

“Personally I believe it is better to deal with someone like Lieberman than it is to do deal with someone like [former foreign minister Tzipi] Livni,” Imad Moustapha told CNN on Sunday. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

Posted in Conflittualità, Kadima, Likud, Mondo Arabo, Piani di Pace, Usa/Israele | Contrassegnato da tag: , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Netanyahu pledges Palestinian talks

Posted by alicemarziali su 12 aprile, 2009

 

AL JAZEERA INTERNATIONAL

Benyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, has said he will hold peace talks with the Palestinians. Netanyahu’s comments on the stalled peace process – his first since he took office at the beginning of the month – came in a phone call with Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, on Sunday. Abbas had called Netanyahu to extend holiday greetings for the Jewish Passover ceremony. The two had a “friendly and warm” conversation, according to a statement from Netanyahu’s office. Netanyahu, whose right-leaning government took office on March 31, said he “intended to resume” talks and co-operation with the Palestinians for the sake of promoting peace, the statement said. Abbas has said that Israel’s new government must commit to a two-state solution before the resumption of peace talks. Hawkish cabinet Until now, the only comments on the peace process to come from the new Israeli administration had come from Avigdor Lieberman, the Israeli foreign minister, who said the new cabinet was not bound by a 2007 US-backed agreement to revive negotiations. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Netanyahu ‘ready for peace talks’

Posted by gaetanoditommaso su 12 aprile, 2009

BBC NEWS

12 April 2009

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas he intends to resume talks and co-operation to promote peace.

It was their first contact since Mr Netanyahu took office on 31 March.

Mr Abbas initiated the telephone call, which Mr Netanyahu’s office described as “friendly and warm”.

The new Israeli leader has not publicly endorsed the creation of a fully independent Palestinian state – a fundamental demand of the Palestinians.

An Israeli statement said that during his conversation with Mr Abbas, Mr Netanyahu “recalled their past co-operation and conversations, and how he intended to resume this in the future in order to advance peace”.

Mr Netanyahu leads a right-leaning coalition, which combines the centre-right, centre-left and far-right parties.

Avigdor Lieberman, who leads the right-wing Yisrael Beiteinu party, is foreign minister and Labour veteran Ehud Barak defence minister.

Speaking before he was sworn into office, Mr Netanyahu said his government would strive to reach an agreement with the Palestinians and would work towards peace.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/7995849.stm

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Israeli, Palestinian Leaders Make First Phone Call

Posted by gaetanoditommaso su 12 aprile, 2009

NEW YORK TIMES

12 April 2009

Filed at 8:24 a.m. ET

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s new prime minister spoke to the Palestinian president on Sunday for the first time since taking office, telling him that he seeks close cooperation to drive peace efforts forward.

Talk of cooperation alone, however, is unlikely to satisfy the Palestinian leadership, which wants Israel’s new government to make an unambiguous endorsement of the idea of an independent Palestinian state.

While repeatedly saying he wants peace with the Palestinians, Benjamin Netanyahu has refused to support the internationally backed idea of a Palestinian state alongside Israel since taking office as premier on March 31.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said there is no reason to negotiate if Netanyahu doesn’t support a ”two-state solution.” Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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OPINION/ The left on probation

Posted by alicemarziali su 10 aprile, 2009

ha’aretz

By Alexander Yakobson

Likud’s formation of a cabinet with Labor seems to offer Meretz a great opportunity. Many people want there to be a firm opposition. Meretz has a relative advantage in several important issues, the main one being its determined opposition to the settlement project. Kadima, which is also in the opposition, does not have a good record in this area. Labor is no better, considering that its leader, Ehud Barak, did not evacuate a single illegal outpost during his term as defense minister.

The settlement issue is not just another political matter. Focusing on it need not reflect tribal enmity toward the settlers and the national-religious community. It’s a question regarding the country’s future: whether the State of Israel has a future. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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OPINION/We have become slaves

Posted by alicemarziali su 10 aprile, 2009

ha’aretz

By Doron Rosenblum

This Passover, observant Jews said the Blessing of the Sun, a tradition held every 28 years steeped in mysticism, under which the sun is believed to return to its location on the fourth day of Creation. But the sun isn’t alone in returning to where it was 28 years ago: A comparison between today’s headlines and those in the archives show that Israel is also where it was 28 years ago.

Back in 1981, the year Israel destroyed Iraq’s nuclear reactor, we were threatened by an existential threat, Likud won the elections, Israeli jets flew over Lebanon on reconnaissance missions, three new settlements were built on the Golan Heights and many more in the West Bank, and veteran MK Michael Eitan had just become a lawmaker. Indeed, the sun seems to have been at the exact same angle as it was this week when the government was sworn in. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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