La opinión de Clinton sobre el Proceso de Paz a Septiembre 2011

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Clinton speaks in New York Thursday (Photo: Reuters)

In a roundtable with bloggers Thursday on the sidelines of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, Clinton added, "The Israelis always wanted two things that once it turned out they had, it didn't seem so appealing to Mr. Netanyahu.

"They wanted to believe they had a partner for peace in a Palestinian government, and there's no question -- and the Netanyahu government has said -- that this is the finest Palestinian government they've ever had in the West Bank," he noted.

According to Clinton, "(Palestinian leaders) have explicitly said on more than one occasion that if Netanyahu put up the deal that was offered to them before -- my deal -- that they would take it," referring to the 2000 Camp David deal that was rejected by Yasser Arafat.

"For reasons that even after all these years I still don't know for sure, Arafat turned down the deal I put together that Barak accepted," he said. "But they also had an Israeli government that was willing to give them East Jerusalem as the capital of the new state of Palestine."

Clinton spoke highly of the Saudi initiative, saying, "The King of Saudi Arabia started lining up all the Arab countries to say to the Israelis, ‘if you work it out with the Palestinians ... we will give you immediately not only recognition but a political, economic, and security partnership,'" Clinton said. "This is huge.... It's a heck of a deal.

"Now that they have those things, they don't seem so important to this current Israeli government, partly because it's a different country," said Clinton. "In the interim, you've had all these immigrants coming in from the former Soviet Union, and they have no history in Israel proper, so the traditional claims of the Palestinians have less weight with them."

According to Clinton, "The most pro-peace Israelis are the Arabs; second the Sabras, the Jewish Israelis that were born there; third, the Ashkenazi of long-standing, the European Jews who came there around the time of Israel's founding.

"The most anti-peace are the ultra-religious, who believe they're supposed to keep Judea and Samaria, and the settler groups, and what you might call the territorialists, the people who just showed up lately and they're not encumbered by the historical record," he said.

"That's what happened. Every American needs to know this. That's how we got to where we are," Clinton noted. "The real cynics believe that the Netanyahu's government's continued call for negotiations over borders and such means that he's just not going to give up the West Bank."

The former President said the US should veto the Palestinian statehood bid at the Security Council because Israel needs security assurances before a Palestinian state can be established.

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6 comentarios:

Diego dijo...

Sociología Política Israelí

CLINTON, Bill.............0

Angel dijo...

Que las condiciones de hoy sean un poco peor que las de ayer no quita que las condiciones de ayer eran ya catastroficas. Palestina debe rechazar absolutamente todo acuerdo parido a la luz de condiciones inaceptables.

Diego dijo...

La lógica hipermaximalista e intransigente de Angel explica por qué todavía no existe un Estado árabe-palestino.

Anónimo dijo...

La lógica hipermaximalista e intransigente de Israel explica por qué todavía no existe un Estado Judío con límites definidos.

Angel dijo...

La lógica hipermaximalista e intransigente de Israel explica por qué todavía no existe un Estado Judío con limites definidos.

H dijo...

Más allá de que eso sea cierto o no (la oferta del 2000 prueba que Israel no es hiperm), mientras los palestinos siguen con su histeria, Israel está en la OCDE ya.