Monday, May 11, 2009

Netanyahu to tackle with Mubarak Dropping "Right of Return" from Arab Initiative


"11/05/2009 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heads to the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el Sheikh on Monday [COMMENT: where the Pharaoh is now spending his last days] responding to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s invitation to discuss the Palestinian issue and the Middle East settlement process and Iran.

An Israeli official said that Netanyahu's first trip to Egypt was a "sign of the importance he attaches to the relationship with those Arab counties, and was an indication of Jerusalem's desire to work more closely and in greater coordination with these countries". “Netanyahu will convince Egypt to establish a unified front against Iran,” the official added. Netanyahu will be seeking to strengthen the so called “moderate coalition” in the Middle East against Tehran, as well as the continuation of dialogue towards regional peace based on the Arab League initiative.

Jerusalem hopes Mubarak will be able to shed light on the chances of the Arab League dropping the right of return for Palestinian refugees from the peace initiative. The prime minister will also continue to demand the Palestinians and the rest of the Arab world acknowledge Israel......"

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