Former MK Yaakov Katz (Ketzele), responded Sunday on his Facebook page to Benjamin Netanyahu’s impassioned call on the United States not to proceed with the current deal with Iran, because it’s a bad deal. Katz, one of the prominent leaders of Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria, called on Netanyahu to avoid the other American “gift” to Israel, the so called peace negotiations with the Palestininas.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu, the upcoming deal with [PA Chairman Mahmoud] Abbas is also a bad deal,” Katz proclaimed. “It’s a bad deal for Israel. We’re forced, under American pressure, to negotiate with the Authority headed by Abbas and [Saeb] Erekat.
“Our friend, the U.S. government, forced us at the time to agree to the Gaza elections, and the result was: Hamas took over.
“The U.S. Administration forced elections and democratization on the people of Iraq, and since then they’ve had 12,000 killed each year.
“The Obama Administration forced an election on the Egyptians. The result: the Muslim Brothers, haters of America and Israel, took over.
“In Afghanistan, the Americans forced a so called democratic regime. Since then, not a day goes by there without a car bomb exploding.
“The Obama regime has reached a compromise deal with Syria, which has been exacting the daily slaughter of numerous civilians.
“And now, in Iran, a deal is being cobbled between the Americans and the Iranians, and Prime Minister Netanyahu defines it as ‘a deal which is bad for Israel and bad for the world.’
“In Judea and Samaria live close to 400 thousand Jews. Some 25 thousand live in the Golan, and some 325 thousand in the neighborhoods of East Jerusalem.
“The indecent and unfriendly treatment we’ve been receiving from the Obama Administration is not rational, and may result in a catastrophe for Israeli society, should images like those of the destruction of Gush Katif come back, under American pressure.
“We turn to Prime Minister Netanyahu: Say on this matter, too, that what the Americans demand of us is ‘bad for Israel and bad for the world,” just as you did about the emerging deal between the U.S. and the E.U. and Iran.
“What’s true about Iran is true seven times over right here, in our capital and our country.”Jewish Press Staff
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