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La ZOA est profondément inquiète à cause des dernières déclarations de Hillary Clinton sur Israël et la Palestine, ainsi que sur la façon s'est passé son premier voyage officiel au Moyen Orient.

On savait qu'Obama considérait Israël comme  une épine dans la diplomatie américaine (pour reste poli) , on a la confirmation qu'il refile le virus à son gouvernement.

(Article en anglais tiré de Newsmax.com)

The Zionist Organization of America is “concerned and deeply disappointed” regarding the views expressed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her recent trip to the Middle East.

In an interview on a Palestinian Authority (PA) TV teen show, Clinton “accepted the false premise of her teenage interviewer that Palestinians live under Israeli occupation without freedom and liberty, thereby helping to legitimize a false basis of Palestinian incitement to hate Israel,” according to a statement from the ZOA, which was founded in 1897 and has more than 30,000 members in the U.S.

Clinton was asked, “What would you do if your daughter was unfortunate enough to have been born under occupation, born deprived of freedom and liberty?”

The ZOA said: “Secretary Clinton legitimized the question’s false premise and actually helped incite hatred against Israel by not refuting it and ignoring the fact that 98 percent of Palestinians actually live under the PA or Hamas, not Israeli control.

“Instead, Clinton responded, ‘Well, I would do what so many parents here in the West Bank and in Gaza do. I would love her … I would get the best education I could for her … I would never give up on the dream of a Palestinian state.’

“That an alarming number of Palestinian parents have encouraged their children to become suicide bombers was somehow lost from Secretary Clinton’s response.”

The ZOA statement noted that as a senator, Clinton was “strongly vocal about the need to put an end to the culture of Palestinian incitement to hatred and murder in the PA-controlled TV and radio, mosques, schools and youth camps.”

The ZOA cited a statement Hillary made in October 2003: “How can you think about building a better future, no matter what your political views, if you indoctrinate your children to a culture of death?”

And Clinton said in February 2007: “We must stop the propaganda to which Palestinian children are being exposed . . . I have been speaking out against the incitement of hate and violence in Palestinian textbooks for years.”

ZOA National President Morton A. Klein said: “We are concerned and deeply disappointed that Secretary Clinton has uttered not a word about the issue of incitement to hatred and murder she herself once emphasized was a priority, and indeed the key to bringing about an Arab-Israeli peace.

“In this PA TV interview, Secretary Clinton had a real opportunity to confront the vital issue of incitement to hatred against Israel with a huge Palestinian audience. This could have been an excellent and rare opportunity to place the issue she once claimed was paramount on the international agenda by speaking directly to the next generation of Palestinians.

“Instead, not only did Secretary Clinton fail to confront the issue, but she actually became an accessory in the PA’s relentless promotion of hate propaganda against Israel.” 

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La saison de la guerre approche dans le Caucase
Pavel Felgenhauer, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 12 mars  2009, Volume: 6 Issue: 48
 

Le brouillard plane sur la route de montagne  entre la Russie et la Géorgie
 
C'est le début du printemps  et dans les cols qui séparent la Géorgie de la Russie,  un jour il neige  et l’autre c’est de la neige fondante  ou de la pluie. 
Les avalanches  et les glissements de terrain  dus à la neige fondante obstruent  régulièrement  la seule route  qui relie la Russie  à la région sécessionniste d'Ossétie du Sud à travers le tunnel de Roki  (RIA Novosti, 9 mars).  Dans les montagnes,  les nuages bas et le brouillard maintiennent au sol  les hélicoptères et les avions russes  pour des jours et des semaines.  Mais dans deux mois,  ce sera le beau temps.  En mai la dernière neige fondra sur les hauts cols de montagne,  et ce sera de nouveau la saison de la guerre dans la région.
 
La saison  où la guerre était physiquement impossible dans le Caucase  est aujourd'hui presque terminée,  alors que les tentatives hésitantes de médiation de l'Union européenne pour renforcer  le cessez-le-feu n’ont pratiquement rien obtenu.  Le mois dernier, à la demande de la Russie, les négociations de paix à Genève parrainées par l'UE ont été suspendues jusqu'à fin juin (RIA Novosti, 19 février).  Étant donné que Moscou refuse tout contact avec Tbilissi  en dehors du cadre de Genève,  ce report de quatre mois est potentiellement un très mauvais signe.
 
Le cessez-le-feu demeure fragile,  les deux parties échangeant  des accusations réciproques, et parfois des tirs sporadiques à balles réelles.
L'OSCE,  l'ONU,  et les observateurs désarmés  de l'UE  n'ont pas le mandat ni la capacité de séparer les forces en conflit  n