Wednesday, May 21, 2014

  • Wednesday, May 21, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
Haaretz reported on Monday:

Despite Israel’s position, the U.S. administration is tending toward cooperating with the soon-to-be-formed Palestinian unity government, even if Hamas as an organization does not accept the conditions of the Mideast Quartet to recognize Israel, honor previous agreements and abandon violence.

A senior White House official told Haaretz that as long as the platform of the future government meets the conditions of the Quartet - the United Nations, the United States, the European Union and Russia - the U.S. will be satisfied.

“We want a Palestinian government that upholds those principles,” said the White House official. “In terms of how they build this government, we are not able to orchestrate that for the Palestinians. We are not going to be able to engineer every member of this government.”
On Tuesday, Hamas political leader Khaled Meshal gave a speech in Doha, where he said that national unity "is not a substitute for resistance but it meant to strengthen it."

It is clear that the impending unity government will put on one face to the West and another one to Palestinian Arabs.

As long as the West and the Quartet want to believe the lies, they will.


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