Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Prime Minister of Israel Ready to Compromise with Palestinians

Prime Minister (PM), Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, declared his country willing to make peace with the Palestinians despite the painful need to compromise. However, Netanyahu did not give a clear concession to invite the Palestinians back to the negotiating table.

According to news agency Associated Press, Netanyahu delivered a statement during a speech in the U.S. Congress in Washington DC, on Tuesday afternoon local time (Wednesday morning GMT).

The speech received applause from U.S. lawmakers signaled that Mr. Netanyahu is still getting strong support from politicians of uncle Sam. While Netanyahu's speech, Obama was visiting England.

Netanyahu is currently arguing with Obama about the delimitation of the state of Israel with the Palestinians. Obama hopes that Israel and the Palestinian territory in the end according to the map before the 1967 Six Day War, at which time the Gaza Strip, West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights is not controlled by the Zionist State.

For Obama, the determination of the boundary is the key to peace in the Middle East. Instead, Netanyahu declared that Obama's vision was difficult to accept.

Speech in Congress, Netanyahu declared that Israel basically want peace and are willing to make generous concessions to the Palestinian territory. "Some deals will exceed the limits of Israel today," said Netanyahu.

However, Netanyahu did not explain further what kind of concessions that would offer Israel to the Palestinians. He asserted that Israel has the right to master the whole of Jerusalem and still control the east side of the occupied West Bank Palestinians from the Fatah faction.

Netanyahu did not ensure its military is no longer invade and block humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, the occupied Palestinian from the Hamas group. Netanyahu also insisted that Israel still refused repatriation of millions of Palestinians who lost their homes during the war for the establishment of the Zionist State in 1948.

For the Palestinians, Netanyahu's speech is nothing for them, even heating-manaskan situation. "This could disturb the atmosphere, but unfortunately even got a standing ovation [from members of the U.S. Congress]," said Nabil Shaath, Palestinian senior officials in the West Bank.

Hamas spokesman in Gaza, Sami Abu Zuhri, considered that Netanyahu's speech in the U.S. that emphasize his rejection of the rights of the Palestinian people.
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