Shalom Life | August 05, 2015

Netanyahu Urges Palestinians to Do What it Must to Improve it’s Economy and “Stop Blaming Us…”

Israeli Prime Minister Addresses EU Ambassadors Stationed in Israel

By: Leonard Carl

Published: October 17th, 2012 in News » Israel

Netanyahu Urges Palestinians to Do What it Must to Improve it’s Economy and “Stop Blaming Us…”
In a meeting with European Union (EU ambassadors stationed in Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel will carefully weigh military action should Syria’s chemical weapons suddenly be made available to Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations.

“We will do everything that is needed,” to ensure Syria’s WMD stockpiles are not transferred, Netanyahu told the ambassadors.

Despite Hezbollah’s well-documented terrorist activities against Israel in the past, and with Hezbollah fighters involved in the ongoing situation in Syria, and with Iran’s assistance to Syria, the EU refuses to include Hezbollah on its list of terrorist organizations.

Responding to the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) plans to seek “nonmember observer state” status in the UN General Assembly, which will make peace in the Middle East even more unlikely, and will do nothing more than just waste more valuable time, Netanyahu appealed to the ambassadors, saying, “Don’t lend your hands to this process.”

The Israeli PM also suggested that the Palestinians would be better served to take whatever economic steps were necessary to help their economy, and that they should stop “blaming us for everything happening there.”

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