Senin, 31 Januari 2011

Jewish Lobby Continues Guerrilla About Egypt

After Israel's defense minister, Ehud Barak, are known to conduct secret talks with cabinet colleagues in the U.S., is now the turn of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Europe. In a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Jerusalem, he declared that the unrest in Egypt could bring the power of radical Islam back on the reins of power, repeating the scenario that occurred during the Iranian revolution in 1979.

Netanyahu convey the same message in a phone conversation with U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday night, and in conversations with other world leaders in recent days. During the meeting with Merkel, and in subsequent press conference, Netanyahu stressed two points to the West. First is the message that radical Islam can take over Egypt, and second, the fact that Israel is the only stable country in the Middle East and therefore the West must memperkuat relations with his country.

"We are terstabil in this region," Netanyahu said on Merkel. "Our concern is that when there is rapid change, without all the aspects of a modern democracy involved, amaka pa that will happen - and has happened in Iran - will the emergence of radical Islamic oppressive regime," said Netanyahu.

He stated if this is not prevented, it will be born of a regime that would destroy human rights and will not let democracy or freedom. "This will be a threat to peace," added the prime minister.

On Sunday night Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle met German Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman in Tel Aviv. "Israel is the only country to implement democracy in the region and is therefore important to improve our alliance," said Westerwelle.

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