The peace process may be good for the EU but it is lousy for Israel.

By Ted Belman

The EU recently said in a statement on Tuesday (17 June) it “encourages continued close cooperation between the Israeli and Palestinian security services to ensure the swift release of the abductees.”

It added that “such acts can only undermine international efforts to encourage a resumption of peace negotiations.”

Of course that’s what they are concerned with.  But from my point of view I have no interest in the peace process because it exists to force unfair terms on Israel and will leave Israel the weaker for it. Israel and the EU don’t share the same agenda. If the EU wants Israel to embrace the peace process, it should support the deal we want rahter than the deal the arabs want.

June 18, 2014 | 1 Comment »

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