Posts Tagged 'Benjamin Netanyahu'

Video: Benjamin Netanyahu taler til AIPAC

AIPAC er en forening i USA, – American Israel Public Affairs Committee. En venskabsforening, som venstrefløjens presse altid benævner “lobby”. AIPAC har lige haft konference med Benjamin Netanyahu, Shimon Peres og Barack Obama blandt talerne – video nedenfor. Man kan følge med i en udskrift af Netanyahu’s tale her hos Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Prime Minister of Israel Binyamin Netanyahu at AIPAC 2012

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned against allowing Iran to develop nuclear weapons in his speech to the AIPAC Convention in Washington. Thanks to CSPAN for coverage.

Israeli President Shimon Peres Full Speech

AIPAC Policy Conference 2012

President Obama at 2012 AIPAC Policy Conference

The President delivers remarks at the 2012 AIPAC Policy Conference at the Washington Convention Center. March 4, 2012.

Og en artikel:

Iran trying to build nuclear missiles capable of hitting London, Cameron warns MPs

By Jason Groves on 7th March 2012

Iran is developing nuclear missiles capable of hitting London, David Cameron warned yesterday.

In a chilling echo of the build-up to the war against Iraq, the Prime Minister suggested that the country’s drive to develop the bomb was potentially a direct threat to the UK.

His comments appeared to move Britain a step closer to war against the hardline Islamic regime.

Mere HER i The Daily Mail.

Opdatering 8. marts 2012 – debat om Iran, Israel, Syrien, Obama, Netanyahu etc.:

Walid Phares on Lou Dobbs Tonight Fox Business March 6, 2012: Can Israel Wait for Dipolomacy?

Fox Business News’ national security experts Walid Phares and K.T. McFarland discuss whether Israel will go to war with Iran before it can attain nuclear weapons.

Opdatering 9. marts – fra 5. marts 2012:

Caroline Glick on WMAL

Andre kilder: Wikipedia, FrontPageMagazine, FrontPageMagazine, Europe Online Magazine, AEIPJ Media, PJ Media, PJ Media, PJ Media, PJ Media,PJ Media, PJ Media, PJ Media, The Australian, Caroline Glick, Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The Voice of America, Haaretz, The Times of Israel, The Washington Post, Daniel Pipes, CBS, Family Security Matters, The Christian Science Monitor, The Washington Institute, The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem Post, Clarion FundHonestReporting, Commentary Magazine, Commentary Magazine, Commentary Magazine, Commentary Magazine,

Video: Benjamin Netanyahu & David Gregory

Fra NBC’s “Meet the Press” den 25. september 2011 – intervieweren hedder David Gregory. Man kan følge med i en udskrift her:

Interview with Benjamin Netanyahu

Omtalte artikel er denne i Foreign Policy:

Video: Benjamin Netanyahu & Greta Van Susteren

Interview fra Fox News den 23. september 2011:

Netanyahu on Greta

Video: Benjamin Netanyahu taler i FN

Fra 23. september 2011 – man kan følge med i en komplet udskrift her på det israelske udenrigsministeriums hjemmeside:

Netanyahu: ‘In Israel, Our Hope for Peace Never Wanes’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the U.N. General Assembly Friday, saying Israel wants peace despite its reputation among some in the United Nations.

Andre kilder: ICJS,

Video: Niall Ferguson, Jonathan Sacks, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Benjamin Netanyahu, Tony Blair

Altså. Jeg var lige på YouTube i aften og gik som sædvanlig i fælden: jeg gav mig til at se en konference – “Facing Tomorrow 2011 – The Israeli Presidential Conference” fra Jerusalem den 21. – 23. juni 2011. Jeg har plukket disse taler fra den:

Professor Niall Ferguson at Facing Tomorrow 2011

Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks at Facing Tomorrow 2011

Mr. Bernard-Henri Lévy at Facing Tomorrow 2011

H.E. Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu at Facing Tomorrow 2011

Rt. Hon Tony Blair at Facing Tomorrow 2011

Egypten: Israels ambassade evakueret

Det trækker op til krig. Det er svært at se, hvordan det overhovedet kan undgås:

Some 80 personnel and family members of Israel’s embassy in Cairo are safe after being removed in an emergency rescue operation.

I love Israel 1 Black Glitter AnimatedDuring a riot outside the embassy Friday night, violent protesters broke down the eight-foot-high security wall surrounding the embassy compound and entered the building.

Once the riots turned violent, Israel’s ambassador to Egypt, embassy personnel, their families and Israelis staying at the embassy were evacuated to Cairo’s airport and returned to Israel on a special Israel Air Force flight.

Det skriver JTA –  Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Det var lige ved at gå galt:

Six employees stranded in the building were later removed by an Egyptian commando unit during a special rescue operation in which the men reportedly dressed in Arab kaffiyeh headdresses.

Tre egyptere blev dræbt og næsten 1.100 såret, skriver Jyllands-Posten. Der var hektisk aktivitet i den israelske regering natten mellem fredag og lørdag. Premierminister Benjamin Netanyahu siger:

During this long night, we were required to make many difficult decisions.  I would like to share with you one conversation from this night.  On the line was Yonatan, the security officer of the Embassy.  He and his men, six in number, were trapped in the Embassy building.  The mob entered the building and entered the office.  Only one door separated between the mob and Yonatan and his friends.  He sounded perfectly calm to me, and on the other hand understood the situation in which he and his colleagues found themselves.

Ynet News skriver:

At this critical time, when it was yet unclear how long they could last, the Israelis began final preparations for the battle of their lives. Using every object they could find, the guards built barriers near the door in the hopes of preventing intrusion.

Three out of the six guards were carrying weapons and at a certain point as the rioters moved closer, they fired warning shots into the air.

Mon de ville have overlevet? Næppe. De egyptiske sikkerhedsvagter dukkede op i sidste øjeblik. Israelerne blev klædt i muslimsk tøj og smuglet væk. Benjamin Netanyahu:

The Middle East is now undergoing a political earthquake of historic proportions.

Jo tak. Israel vil fortsat arbejde på fred med både med Palæstina og Egypten, siger premierministeren. Et ønske israelerne står ret så alene med. Den 28. august 2011 – lige efter at palæstinensere fra Egypten havde udført et terrorangreb, der kostede 8 israelere livet – skrev IDF, Israel Defense Forces, på sin hjemmeside:

In the shadow of recent security incidents in the south, a virtual fence that will aid in the detection and prevention of infiltration attempts will be set up on the Israel-Egypt border in the coming year.

Det projekt behøver vist følgeskab af nogle mere hårdtslående initiativer. Og det må meget gerne gå hurtigt…

Andre kilder: Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Prime Minister’s Office, HaaretzHaaretz, HaaretzReuters, Reuters, Hudson New York, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy – pdfVoice of America, Pajamas Media, The Week, The EconomistWikipedia, Wikipedia, The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem PostYnetnews, Ynetnews, The Investigative Project on Terrorism, CNN, The Financial Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, BBC,

Opdatering 12.  september 2011 – Wael Ghonim fra Google siger også noget. Ynetnews her.

The Guardian har en foto-serie fra angrebet her.

Rachel Ehrenfeld har en artikel om dette i Family Security Matters:

Ja, der kommer givetvis mere af samme skuffe. Vold, terror ambassadeafbrændinger med videre bruges meget i visse kredse…

Video: Benjamin Netanyahu – tale & interview

Benjamin Netanyahu bliver kortvarigt afbrudt af et eller andet forvirret kvindemenneske på tilhørerrækkerne, men hun bliver hurtigt ført ud:

Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu Speaks to the Joint Session of Congress – May 24, 2011

Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu Speaks to the Joint Session of Congress. He says that Israel would be generous with the size of a Palestinian state, but would not return to the “indefensible” 1967 borders or divide the city of Jerusalem.

Og et rigtigt godt interview på The Sean Hannity Show fra 24. maj 2011:

Hannity – The Netanyahu Interview

Opdatering 16. maj 2011 – fandt dette interview uploadet på YouTube i starten af april:

Netanyahu Interview Arab Revolution started in Iran, Israel is only place where Arabs Have Rights

Netanyahu Interview Arab Revolution started in Tehran Iran, Israel is only place in Middle East, where Arabs Have Human Rights and enjoy Democracy

According to a press release from Israel Press, In the footsteps of President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron, Benjamin Netanyahu will participate today in YouTube’s World View Project on a live broadcast, answering questions submitted by users from all over the world.

The interview will take place today 10:30 a.m. (PST) and will include an interview in Hebrew and in English, both with live streaming on YouTube. The interview in English will follow the Hebrew.

Over 3,670 questions were submitted to the YouTube World View site from citizens in nearly 90 countries, with a huge number of questions submitted from users across the Arab world, including Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt, Jordan as well as Japan, Pakistan, Canada, Nepal, Venezuela and others.

One topic which attracted hundreds of questions by users worldwide was the the fate of the kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, alongside numerous questions submitted on the issue of negotiations and chances for peace with the Palestinians. Other burning issues include the recent upheavals in the Middle East and housing and gas prices in Israel.

Video: Præsident Obamas Mellemøst-tale

Der kommer mange artikler om situationen i Israel i øjeblikket. Jeg har samlet lidt af dem. Først om Præsident Obamas tale i dag. Reaktionerne på forslaget om at basere forhandinger mellem palæstinensere og Israel på grænserne fra 67 er præget af spin. Begge lejre tager afstand – palæstinenserne hysser mest. Her er talen. Meget flot, men utroligt naiv – Wall Street Journal har en udskrift her:

Obama’s Middle East Speech

Der er modstand fra Israel:

Statement on US President Obama’s Speech

[...]That is why Prime Minister Netanyahu expects to hear a reaffirmation from President Obama of U.S. commitments made to Israel in 2004, which were overwhelmingly supported by both Houses of Congress. 

Among other things, those commitments relate to Israel not having to withdraw to the 1967 lines which are both indefensible and which would leave major Israeli population centers in Judea and Samaria beyond those lines.

Det siger premierminister Benjamin Netanyahu i en pressemeddelelse fra The Prime Minister’s Office i Israel. De palæstinensiske “flygtninge” skal tilbage til de palæstinensiske områder, siger Netanyahu videre. Ikke ind i Israel.

Det var åbenbart Syrien, der stod bag stormløbet på Israels grænser for få dage siden:

U.S. accuses Syria of inciting Israel border clashes

May 16, 2011

The White House accused the Syrian government on Monday of inciting deadly border clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinian demonstrators, saying Damascus was trying to distract attention from its own violent crackdown on protests.

White House spokesman Jay Carney expressed regret for the loss of life in confrontations on Israel’s frontiers with Syria, Lebanon and Gaza on Sunday but said the Jewish state “has the right to prevent unauthorized crossing at its borders.”

Mere HER i  RealClearWorld. The Washington Post spørger i en leder, om Syrien vil blive holdt ansvarlig for sin kriminelle ugerning:

Israel’s border bloodshed: Will Syria be held accountable?

Editorial May 17

The Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad on Sunday made a desperate effort to distract attention from its continuing, bloody assaults on its own people. Hundreds of Palestinians were bused from refu­gee camps near Damascus to the de facto border with Israel in the Golan Heights, where they broke through a fence and invaded a nearby town. Surprised and badly outnumbered, Israeli troops eventually opened fire, killing at least one person. Crowds of Palestinians also marched on Israeli border posts with Lebanon, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank; all together more than a dozen fatalities were reported.

Mere HER i The Washington Post. Der blev indført sanktioner, men ikke for angrebet på Israel. USA nævner alene overgreb på Syriens egen befolkning. Fra Voice of America:

Just Journalism har lavet en analyse af den engelske pressedækning i hele 2010. Israel får – som bekendt – en hård medfart derovre. The Henry Jackson Society skriver i en pressemeddelelse:

  • Israel was by far the most reported of the four Middle East countries studied in all five broadsheets and the BBC News website in the year prior to the Arab Spring
  • At the BBC News website news coverage of the Arab countries combined and doubled still amounted to less than was written about Israel
  • Three out of four permanent BBC correspondents in the region demonstrated an overwhelming focus on Israel, with 82 per cent of overall correspondence coverage of the four countries devoted to Israel
  • BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen devoted 95 per cent of his coverage of the four countries to Israel
  • Israel was the most cited across News, Comment and Editorial categories in every news outlet
  • Across all broadsheets, total News pieces on Egypt, Libya and Tunisia combined amounted to less than total News pieces on Israel
  • At The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph news coverage of the Arab countries combined and tripled still amounted to less than was written about Israel
  • Across all broadsheets, total Comment pieces on Egypt, Libya and Tunisia combined amounted to less than total Comment pieces on Israel
  • Across all broadsheets, total Editorials on Egypt, Libya and Tunisia combined amounted to less than total Editorials on Israel
  • Egypt was the second most reported country at all publications except for The Daily Telegraph, where Libya was the second most reported of the four countries
  • Tunisia was the least reported of the four Middle East countries in the year prior to the Arab Spring

Man kan se hele rapporten fra Just Journalism i pfd her.

Andre kilder: The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem PostThe Jerusalem PostThe Jerusalem PostJewish Telegraphic Agency, Yahoo! News, Prime Minister’s Office Israel,


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