Sunday, December 2, 2012

Israel's foreign "calming plan" policy

Leader of Israeli right-wing party presents Egypt diplomat with own Palestinian plan

The new leader of the Habayit Hayehudi party meets with the acting Egyptian ambassador and recounts his 'calming plan' for Israel's foreign policy. The diplomat rejected these plans.

The new leader of the right-wing National Religious party Habayit Hayehudi (Jewish Home) Naftali Bennett has met with the acting Egyptian ambassador, Mustafa Al-Kuni, and presented him with his foreign policy plans.

Bennet described the talk as part of his campaign "to make the world rethink the issues", writing on his Facebook page that he presented Al-Kuni during their meeting with his "calming plan." 

The "calming plan" includes the annexation of the Palestinian territories and the naturalization of their Arab residents, investment in infrastructure in the West Bank for the benefit of the local population, and permanently severing the ties between the West Bank and Gaza by transferring responsibility for the Gaza Strip to Egypt.

The meeting took place in Bennett's Tel Aviv office. He refused to give any further information on the conversation between the two, saying that the meeting was "off the record."

Al-Kuni, who is currently taking the place of the Egyptian ambassador who was recalled by president Morsi during Operation Pillar of Defense, rejected Bennett's plans.

JEG's:   Naftali Bennett's  'calming plan' means Egypt has to make State decisions on behalf of Palestine?


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