Clinton tidak bicara tentang mayat manisia yang bergelimpangan dibunuhi serdadu 
Israel di Gaza...

Clinton juga tidak bicara tentang daerah Palestina yang diduduki Israel setelah 
perng tahun 1967...

Juga tidak ada disinggungnya keadilan yang dituntut oleh orang Palestina yang 
sekarang jadi pengungsi setelah negara Israel didirikan.....

Sungguh jauh panggang dari api....


Wednesday, March 04, 2009
15:03 Mecca time, 12:03 GMT      
News Middle East
Clinton meets Palestinian leaders
Clinton met Israeli leaders on Tuesday after pledging additional aid to the 
Palestinian Authority [AFP]

Leaders of the Palestinian Authority have urged Hillary Clinton, the US 
secretary of state, to push Israel to freeze settlement construction in the 
West Bank and open the borders of the Gaza Strip.

Clinton met Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, and Salam Fayyad, the 
prime minister, on Wednesday in Ramallah, the administrative headquarters of 
the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority (PA).

At the start of the talks Clinton reaffirmed Washington's commitment to a 
two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

She also praised Fayyad's plan for rebuilding the Gaza Strip, two days after 
pledging $900 million in economic and humanitarian aid at a conference in Egypt.

The US has stated that the additional aid will be funnelled through the PA and 
not Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip but does not recognise Israel's right to 

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Nour Odeh, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Ramallah, said: "Palestinians want to 
hear her say those magic words: That the American administration under 
President Barack Obama would seek to end the Israeli occupation.

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"According to senior Palestinian aides of the president, what the Palestinian 
Authority is looking for is American support to make sure that any Israeli 
government ... respects the principle of a two-state solution ... stops all 
settlement activity ... and takes steps on the ground that are in line with the 
Israeli obligations as per the road map [peace process]," she said.

Odeh said that Condoleezza Rice, the previous US secretary of state, had 
visited the region while Israel violated the terms of the road map and failed 
to urge Israel end such activity.

The road map for peace between Israel and the Palestinians was initiated by 
former US president George W Bush in 2002.

Its primary conditions include ending Palestinian violence, an Israeli 
withdrawal from the occupied Palestinian territories and a freeze of Israeli 
settlement building in the West Bank.

Jerusalem's municipality issued orders on Tuesday to demolish 55 homes in Ras 
Khamees in Shu'fat Camp, in the centre of Palestinian East Jerusalem.

The municipality said that the homes were built without licences, whereas 
rights groups have said that the move is a new episode in Israel's campaign of 
collective eviction against Palestinians.

At the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Monday, Clinton pledged the 
additional aid to help rebuild the Gaza Strip after Israel's 22-day offensive 
in the territory in December.

About 1,300 Palestinians and 13 Israelis died during war, before unilateral 
ceasefires were declared by Israel and Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.

On Tuesday, Clinton urged Palestinians to "break the cycle of rejection and 
resistance" after meeting Israeli leaders in Jerusalem.

'Statehood inescapable'

After her meetings in Jerusalem, Clinton emphasised the need for rocket fire 
from the Gaza Strip into Israel to end, and defended Israel's right to respond 
to such attacks.

However, she has also said that a Palestinian state is the "inevitable" and 
"inescapable" outcome of any peace effort.

"During the conference, I emphasised President [Barack] Obama's and my 
commitment to working to achieve a two-state solution to the conflict between 
Israel and the Palestinians and our support for the Palestinian Authority," 
Clinton said.

The statement raises the possibility of disagreement with Benyamin Netanyahu, 
the Israeli prime-minister designate, who has said in the past that the 
Palestinians are not ready for statehood.

Netanyahu is currently attempting to assemble a ruling coalition, likely to be 
made up for hard-right and religious parties, after elections last month.

Though Obama has said that an Arab-Israeli peace deal will be a priority during 
his presidency, talks between Israeli officials and the Palestinians have 
stalled over violence, settlement-building and disputes over other core issues 
such as the future of Jerusalem and Palestinian refugees.

The PA suspended the negotiations after Israel launched its offensive on Gaza, 
with a stated aim of ending Palestinian rocket fire into the south of the 
 Source:     Al Jazeera and agencies
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Clinton meets Palestinian leaders
Double standards .... the magic words will never come. Only the Arabs can free 

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