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Annapolis Conference: all eyes are on, but also the doubts

Could it be that this time, the who know which time, some real good will grow out of the current global penguin politicians parade? Looking at what is still going on in the West Bank and listening to what the Israeli settlers and right-wingers have to say, watching the way the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip are divided over the meeting, allow your humble servant to share his skeptic doubts with you on the subject.

This said, lack of vision has always been one of the worst problems of my country so, with everyone spilling his skeptic doubts all over I know I should do the opposite: According to a statement published at the Annapolis conference today Israel and the Palestinian Authority agreed on launching a new round of peace talks with the goal of “reaching an agreement by the end of next year.” I think that is very good. lets all cross our fingers see where this is heading to.

Meanwhile, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israeli TV that the “Annapolis conference is a continuation of one-sided concessions by Israel” the Associated Press reported, and earlier today Israeli officials said they will “begin reducing electric power to Gaza next week in response to rocket attacks launched against Israel from Gaza”.

“Begin reducing electric power to Gaza”…? Providing the Israeli government has serious intentions towards Annapolis, this must be a way to educate the Palestinian people for something but I am not sure for what. Perhaps for how to continue manufacturing bombs using less electricity and lower carbon footprint. Perhaps this is why baltimoresun.com says all eyes are on the Annapolis summit. Low-power consumption manufacturing is a hot subject nowadays.

Images courtesy of baltimoresun.com

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One Response to “Annapolis Conference: all eyes are on, but also the doubts”

  1. All eyes are on it for certain.


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