Saturday, September 10, 2011

EGYPT - Reaction from Israel

Just some minutes ago, Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu appeared on a press conference, and it was most interesting what he said in the aftermath of the attack on Israel's Cairo embassy.

First he thanked Egyptian security forces for their commitment and underlined Israel's firm will to stick to the peace treaty between both countries. Then he confirmed his intention to smooth relations with Turkey and with the Palestinians by means of negotiations. After all, he acknowledged that " there are greater forces at play " than Israel's actions in the Middle East.

Now, let's hope that these words of his will still have some value when it comes to direct talks between the parties involved. Unfortunately, it must be noted, that especially the Israeli-Palestinian talks never lead to anywhere in the past years.

Above image showing a correspondent of Israel's daily Haarez
and who has been invited to participate in the actual edition
of "Revolution Talk" broadcast by Al-Jazeera, Arabic service.

رئيس الوزراء الإسرائيلي يقول إن بلاده تتطلع لإعادة سفيرها إلى القاهرة في أقرب وقت ممكن
The prime minister of Israel says that his country hopes to reconstruct its embassy in Cairo up to the earliest date possible.

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