Mr. Kerry, mr. Obama, please stay away from Israel!

Dear mr. president, dear mr. secretary, you want to do good for the peace in Palestine. Want to stop settlements in the occupied territories. But you don’t. Cause you don’t know how things work in Jerusalem. This is the way

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Wörterwolke Israel / Nahostkonflikt

… entstanden aus den letzten Blogbeiträgen Die word cloud mit den Ministerpräsidenten Israels: Weitere Clouds des Transatlantikblogs gibt es hier auf Wordle

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On Netanyahu: Advice for President Obama

Dear mr. President, are you hacked off when it comes to Netanyahus stubbornness? So, after your re-election, you might act according to what former Israeli Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Shlomo Ben-Ami, described: Israelis applaud their leaders when they confront the

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Israel - Zitat des Tages

 My view is that the shift of Israel's perception of its security occurred after the 1967 war, enabling Israel to realize the extent of its military prowess and giving rise to an imperial conception of Israeli security in place of the pre-I967 emphasis on the defense of Israel's actual borders against those Arab forces that challenged its physical and political existence.

Richard Falk
(Prof. für Völkerrecht. Über den Wandel israelischer Sicherheitspolitik nach 1967)

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