Samstag, 21. Mai 2011

Netanyahu hat nichts zu fürchten außer die Hoffnung

Was kann man gegen die Überlegungen von Carlo Strenger in Haaretz einwenden?

Netanyahu has nothing to fear but hope


"The problem is that Netanyahu has no motivation to maneuver Hamas into moderation, because an extremist Hamas is really Netanyahu’s best friend. A Hamas that moderates its stance and takes the way of the IRA from a terror organization to a legitimate party in a peace process is an existential threat to Netanyahu’s political future. Without a hard-line Hamas, he would be left with no case against a Palestinian state, and he would have to face open conflict with the hard-line right-wingers in his own party and in his coalition in actual moves towards peace.
Expect Netanyahu to do everything to torpedo recognition of Palestine; expect him to try to weaken Fatah, Abu Mazen and Fayyad, and thus to strengthen Hamas’ extremist wing. As a result, Israel’s legitimacy will indeed come under ever more fire. But let’s face it: this is good for Netanyahu. No right-wing politician ever stayed in power if he didn’t succeed in frightening his electorate to death."


Anonym hat gesagt…

Klaus Kaufmann?
Klaus Mercator?
Othmar Klaus?

Oscar Mercator hat gesagt…

Und? Ich verlinke doch gerne auf Claudio "Pinocchio" Casula a.k.a. Spirit of Entebbe. - Während Claudio mich offenbar so fürchtet wie der Teufel das Weihwasser.

Anonym hat gesagt…

CC ist eher genervt von unqualifizierten Kommentaren aus der antisemitischen Ecke.

Hier, ein bißchen Bildung für unseren Klaus:
"Israel is not what's wrong with the Middle East. Israel is what's right about the Middle East."

Oscar Mercator hat gesagt…

Schaun mer mal, was Mr. Netanyahu konkret in seiner Rede vor dem amerikanischen Kongress anzubieten hat.