Winds of Change: Israel 2011





Winds of Change 2011: Israel

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The New World Dis-order
 
Even as all the kings men and all the kings horses (as we like to say) ponder on the turmoil in the Middle East..





Despite one's perspective or beliefs ...unprecedented global events as they are currently unfolding in the Middle East ...with Israel in the center and forefront of discussions ...having been foretold by prophets for thousands of years specifically depicting today's current events ...nothing should be surprising.

What may be rocket science to some ...is simply common sense to others.

On 09 February 2011 The Endrun Project began highlighting warnings about Egypt and The Muslim Brotherhood. Now, subsequent to the Osama Bin Laden incident, the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters are speaking out with Egypt emerging more and more as a strategic threat to Israel.

While they profess to be wise ...all the kings horses and all the kings men blindly ponder over what a child can plainly see by connecting the dots.

The world talks peace but there is no peace





Netanyahu: Israel willing to cede 'parts of our homeland' for true peace Latest update 18:44 16.05.11 By Haaretz Service
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
addresses Knesset, on May 16, 2011.




Prime Minister tells Knesset that a Palestinian government including Hamas is no partner for peace; he also says Israel must stop blaming itself for the cycle of violence and start looking at the 'reality' of the situation with 'open eyes'.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that Israel would be prepared to compromise and "cede parts of our homeland" for true peace with the Palestinians, but added that he did not believe the latter was ready to be a true partner for peace.

A Palestinian government that comprises representatives of Hamas, a movement that refuses to recognize Israel's right to exist, is not a government with which it would be possible to make peace, said Netanyahu.

A day prior to the meeting of the Middle East Quartet, after ratification of the long-awaited START treaty ...while it is quiet in the West, the Arab East, and namely Egypt, is a serious concern for Russian diplomacy.

In a television interview on Russia Today (provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Russian Federation) Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov shares Russian concerns about events in the Middle East as they may apply to Israel, and other strategic global and economic matters:





Minister Sergey Lavrov


The Quartet -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, United States Special Envoy for Middle East Peace George Mitchell, and High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union Catherine Ashton -- met in Munich on 05 February 2011.

They were joined by Quartet Representative Tony Blair who shares his own personal concerns
as posted 06 February 2011 by The Endrun Project 2011: Winds of Change Bitter or Better? ...
February 8, 2011 Russia Ministry of Foreign Affairs

A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Russian Federation following the Munich conference was made available 08-02-2011:


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Statement by Middle East Quartet in Munich, February 5, 2011

08-02-2011
The Quartet -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, United States Special Envoy for Middle East Peace George Mitchell, and High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the European Union Catherine Ashton -- met in Munich on 05 February 2011. They were joined by Quartet Representative Tony Blair. 
 
The Quartet took note of dramatic developments in Egypt and elsewhere in the region in recent days. The Quartet members considered the implications of these events for Arab-Israeli peace and agreed to discuss this further in upcoming meetings as a matter of high priority. 
 
The Quartet reiterated its statements related to the Middle East, and in particular to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict. It strongly urged the parties on that basis to overcome current obstacles in the peace process ...





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However, in closing his speech on February 2, 2011 in The Knesset:
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Address to the KnessetFebruary 2, 2011 [Excerpts - Translated from Hebrew]