Rassegna Stampa Elezioni Israeliane 2009

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Binyamin Netanyahu’s delicate balancing act with Barack Obama

Posted by claudiacampli su 16 maggio, 2009


James Hider

When Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, lands in Washington tomorrow he will have to attempt a delicate and complicated balancing act. His performance when he meets President Obama on Monday will have a profound effect on the Middle East for years to come. Leggi il seguito di questo post »


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Netanyahu: Palestinians should govern their own lives, but not threaten ours

Posted by claudiacampli su 28 febbraio, 2009

By Haaretz Service

Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu says he believes in the Palestinians’ right to self governance, The Washington Post has reported. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Netanyahu stokes fears to take poll lead

Posted by claudiacampli su 8 febbraio, 2009

Sunday Times

Israel’s right-wing hawk is striking a chord with election voters who mistrust peace with Palestinians

HIS silver hair blowing in a chill wind, Binyamin Netanyahu, the right-wing front-runner in Israel’s general election, was eager to reassure a crowd of Jewish settlers in the West Bank last Friday: victory this week for his Likud party would mean no Palestinian state on their land.

“The election on Tuesday will be about one issue – whether this place will remain in our hands or will be handed over to Hamas [the Islamic extremist group] and Iran,” he roared to adoring supporters in Beit Aryeh, a small settlement.

If Palestinian militants were in control, rockets would rain down on Israel’s international airport only 15 miles away, he warned.

Netanyahu, 59, has won his lead in the opinion polls by repeatedly articulating the anxieties of voters like the inhabitants of Beit Aryeh, whose settlement is built on land won by Israel in the 1967 war. It would therefore be returned to Palestinian rule under the peace agreement envisaged by the United States.

Despite the global financial crisis, Israel’s politicians have largely ignored the economy on the campaign trail. This election is about how to deal with the Palestinians.

Coming just six weeks after Israel’s invasion of Gaza to stop Hamas rocket attacks, it has seen the right making large gains as a result of Israeli fears of the Palestinian threat.

The latest poll in the Haaretz newspaper predicts that right-wing parties led by the hawkish Likud will win 66 seats in the 120-member Knesset, Israel’s parliament, with 54 going to Kadima, the governing centrist party, and smaller parties on the left. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Why one state works

Posted by Alessandro Accorsi su 30 dicembre, 2008

The two-state solution, in ignoring the economic life of the Palestinian people, effectively would consign Palestinians to perpetual neo-colonial poverty, writes Lama Abu Odeh*
Al-Ahram Weekly (25-31 December)

The movement for a one state solution in Palestine has been acquiring momentum and appeal, not least evidenced by growing conference meetings in Europe and the US inviting conferees to discuss the idea. The move by activists and academics to confidently put the idea on the table corresponds with the growing appeal of the one state solution among Palestinians both in historic Palestine and in the Diaspora. As foreign policy gurus, diplomats and experts, puzzle over the intentions of the Obama administration vis-à-vis the Israel/Palestine issue, with various parties proposing ways to move forwards what is conventionally known as the “peace process”, the “one-staters”, as it were, proceed with a different agenda, pushing the discourse in a different direction. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Brown asked Olmert to remove settlements and restrictions on the Palestinian economy

Posted by Alessandro Accorsi su 17 dicembre, 2008

London: Meena Ureybi

Asharq Al-Awsat
أثار رئيس الوزراء البريطاني غوردن براون قضيتين اساسيتين بالنسبة للفلسطينيين مع نظيره الاسرائيلي ايهود اولمرت امس، مطالباً بازالة المستوطنات من جهة وإزالة الحواجز ومنع حرية الحركة التي تؤثر على الاقتصاد الفلسطيني. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown are two major issues for the Palestinians with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said, calling for the removal of settlements on the one hand and the removal of barriers preventing free movement affecting the Palestinian economy. وجاء ذلك اثناء استقبال براون لإولمرت بعد يوم من اطلاق منتدى Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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Tel Aviv turns right

Posted by Alessandro Accorsi su 9 dicembre, 2008

Khaled Amayreh

Al-Ahram Weekly

With Benyamin Netanyahu widely expected to become Israel’s next prime minister, concern is growing in Palestinian circles as to the fate of the “peace process”, or remains of it, under an extremist Israeli government. A host of decidedly right-wing fanatics have already joined or re-joined the Likud Party, further enforcing widespread impressions that the next Israeli government will either shun the peace process altogether or render it futile through political intransigence and strident settlement expansion in the West Bank. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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La paix avec les Palestiniens selon “Bibi” Nétanyahou

Posted by alicemarziali su 26 novembre, 2008

http://israelpalestine.blog.lemonde.fr/ Le Monde

26 novembre 2008

Premiers discours de campagne de Benyamin Nétanyahou donné favori par les sondages (à prendre avec les précautions d’usage) pour les élections anticipées israéliennes du 10 février.

Sur la question palestinienne,le chef du Likoud n’a pas la partie facile. Contempteur de la politique israélienne de retrait unilatéral mise en oeuvre à Gaza en 2005 (les faits lui ont plutôt donné raison) et observateur critique du processus politique israélo-palestinien relancé à Annapolis en 2007, Benyamin Nétanyahou peut difficilement remettre en cause ce cadre de négociations dans la perspective d’un éventuel retour au pouvoir (surtout avec la nouvelle administration démocrate américaine.) Premier ministre en 1996, il avait déjà dû s’accommoder du processus d’Oslo auquel il s’était opposé de manière particulièrement virulente lorsqu’il était dans l’opposition.

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The emptiness of Netanyahu’s ‘economic peace’ plan

Posted by Alessandro Accorsi su 26 novembre, 2008

Yossi Alpher

The Daily Star Lebanon

Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu is “spot on” in some of his criticism of the peace process. Annapolis was indeed stillborn, without a chance of success. The most thorny final-status issues remain completely unresolved after a year of negotiating. Hamas is a major impediment to progress. And the Iranian threat is more strategically urgent than the Israeli-Palestinian process. Given Netanyahu’s lead in the polls, these positions are significant. Leggi il seguito di questo post »

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