Friday, October 26, 2007

Minister announces Israel to concede Golan

Ever wonder why it is so important to expel the moslems from Israel? Ever wonder what would happen if moslems became prominent ministers in the Israeli government? Well, here's the answers to both those questions, kiddies, as the first moslem Minister in Israel speaks out.

Ynet News:
As tensions continue to flare with Syria, Minister Raleb Majadele announces that Israel 'is willing to pay the price for peace with Syria and return the Golan Heights.' Numerous MKs slam his remarks, Kadima denies Majadele speaks for Olmert.

"The late president of Syria said it before he died and the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said it to the settlers in the Golan and emphasized that the extent of the withdrawal from the Golan will also be the extent of the peace with Syria…

"The price of peace with Syria is giving back the Golan and I think that Israel is ready to pay that price in exchange for peace and in exchange for peace with the Arab nations," said Science, Culture and Sport Minister Raleb Majadele on Friday in an interview to Kuwati daily al-Rai. The minister said he would be willing to serve as an intermediary in the event of such an agreement.

Majadele also voiced his approval of releasing Lebanese prisoner Samir Kuntar in a future prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hizbullah.

Majedele called for Israel to change its policies towards Syria.

"Israel must act differently with Assad. According to my strategy, despite everything that has happened, I am convinced that Syria sees peace as a strategic goal. Israel has no aspirations to conquer Syria or expand its territory into Syria, and therefore there is no reason for there to be a Syrian-Israeli confrontation.

"Israel knows that if it wants peace with Syria, the price will be the Golan," he said.

With Israel moving a large-scale military exercise from its border with Syria just to avoid unnecessary tensions, the timing of Majadele's comments comes at an increasingly volatile point.

Majadele's apparent willingness to cede the Golan was met with expected condemnation from right-wing Knesset members.

National Union-NRP chairman MK Zevulun Orlev said in response that Majadele was "undermining the State's very foundations.

"Majadele undercuts Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights - a matter which undisputed by law. His statements solely reflect Arab and Palestinian viewpoints that contradict the national mindset in Israel. These grave statements must be dealt with seriously," he said.

In related news, earlier this week Meretz leader Yossi Beilin put forward a mandate to permanently ban all Jews from Hebron, the City of the Patriarchs, as a good will gesture to the moslems. Thankfully it was defeated, but, sadly, it is a likely portent of what's to come.

I look to the Hellenized self-loathers, then to the moslem filth, then back again at the self-loathers, and cannot tell one from the other in the Animal Farm known as modern Israel.



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