La liquidazione pura e semplice di ogni trattativa, l'imposizione al mondo intero del loro unico dogma, la chiusura fuori dal loro muro (o dentro, secondo da dove si guarda) di chi si azzardasse a non essere d'accordo
altro che 'no alla guerra, senza se e senza ma'
questo porta al 'sì all'opposizione totale alla politica di USA e Israele' per chiunque non si sottometta al diktat Bush-Sharon
In altri termini siamo tutti avvisati: chi non si adegua è automaticamente equiparato ed equiparabile a un terrorista, e c'è da immaginare che chi non lo è ancora inizi a farci un pensierino
A questo ci stanno conducendo, contro questo muro ci stanno schiacciando.
Con vera passione.
passione ... ? c'è poco da appassionarsi, qui tutto pare già deciso...
Reuters, Sun 11 April, 2004 13:24
Sharon's plans likely to get U.S. nod
By Dan Williams
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli political sources say Washington will give Prime Minister Ariel Sharon a written pledge promising that in exchange for a planned pullout from Gaza, Israel will not have to give up the entire West Bank in any future peace deal with Palestinians.
Ha'aretz, 11/04/2004 16:00
Sharon: Pullout to allow Israel unlimited action against terror
By Aluf Benn, Haaretz Correspondent, Haaretz Service and The Associated Press
The plan to disengage from the Gaza Strip and part of the West Bank will benefit Israel's security, diplomacy and economy, as well as further peace, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Sunday, ahead of his planned trip to Washington to discuss the plan with U.S. President George W. Bush.
Bush and Sharon will exchange letters that detail both Sharon's plan, and what America will provide in exchange for the Israeli pullout. After the meeting, Sharon and Bush will make statements from the White House Rose Garden.
An Israeli delegation of Sharon's bureau chief Dov Weisglass, National Security Adviser Giora Eiland, and Sharon's foreign policy adviser Shalom Turjeman on Saturday night left for Washington to finish work on the letters to be exchanged. On Sunday the Israeli officials are to meet with their American counterparts, led by Deputy National Security Adviser Steve Hadley.
Sharon's letter to Bush will state that the prime minister intends to bring the separation plan to his cabinet and to the Knesset for approval. The letter says the plan includes the withdrawal of all Jewish settlements and Israel Defense Forces from the entire Gaza Strip, apart from the Philadelphi Road on the Egyptian border, and that it also calls for the evacuation of four Jewish settlements in the northern Samaria section of the West Bank.
Sharon's letter will reiterate Israel's commitment to the road map peace plan and to Bush's two-states vision, and it will emphasize that Israel's planned steps under the separation plan are consistent with the road map.
Bush's letter to Sharon will also contain the following:
* Reiteration of America's commitment to Israel's security and to the preservation of its strategic qualitative edge.
* A statement of commitment to the road map, and to the prevention of other diplomatic initiatives.
* Recognition of Israel's right to self defense and its right, as need arises, to carry out anti-terror operations in areas from which its forces are to be withdrawn.
* A declaration that Palestinian refugees can be absorbed in the future in the Palestinian state, just as Jewish refugees from Arab states were absorbed in Israel.
Israeli officials believe the section of this letter from Bush referring to final status borders is highly significant. They believe it constitutes U.S. recognition of Israel's future annexation of West Bank settlement blocs and the negation of a right of Palestinian refugee return to Israel.
Israel has been pushing for a clearer wording to the letter, but the Americans have made it clear that it is difficult for them to include an outward statement against the right of return due to their relations with Europe and the Arab states.
Israel also expects that the Bush administration will support the planned route of the separation fence. In exchange for such support, Israel has promised that no "enclaves" will be created that trap hundreds of thousands of Palestinians, and that the West Bank town of Ariel will not be connected to the main separation fence.
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