18 April 2009

Israel Looses Ability to Understand English

Moronic Israelis don't seem to understand english. Egypt said days ago Zionist Racist Nazi Lieberman is not welcomed in Egypt unless he changes his positions. Racist Lieberman has made vile remarks about Egypt and it's president in the past (as racists tend to do LOL) Yet, the Israelis cannot seem to grasp the meaning of the Egyptian statement. Sounds pretty clear to me!

report from Jpost-Israeli diplomatic officials aren't quite sure what to make of the Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit's comments that Cairo does not intend to work with his counterpart Avigdor Lieberman. Gheit said in an interview Wednesday with Russia Today TV that they are not dealing with Lieberman nor would he be welcome in Cairo unless his positions change.

"We don't know what it means at all," Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said over the weekend, concerning Gheit's remarks. "All we know is what he said (Wednesday). We still don't see how they are planning to work with Israel without the Foreign Ministry. We don't know what it means in point of fact."
The Egyptian foreign minister said in the television interview that they "are dealing with the government of Israel and not Lieberman."

But Lieberman's deputy Danny Ayalon downplayed Gheit's statement on Army Radio, arguing that the reality on the ground is more important than "paying attention to every statement" by Egypt.

He suggested that Gheit's statement about Lieberman might have been an attempt to "balance out" the embarrassment Egyptians have recently faced vis a vis "Islamic elements."

Egyptian officials have accused the Iranian-backed Hizbullah of organizing a cell in the country that allegedly plotted attacks against Egyptian and Israeli targets.

Ayalon also said that he spoke to senior Egyptian officials, who have promised him that Lieberman will be allowed to visit Egypt.

"I can promise you… that Foreign Minister Lieberman will visit Egypt," he said. "We will also receive Egyptian leaders here."

Lieberman has declined to comment on the statement and a spokesman for the Egyptian Foreign Ministry could not be reached.

On Wednesday, Gheit said that Lieberman "will not visit Cairo. He will certainly not visit as long as his positions remain as they are." A person must be aware that what he says has consequences, he said.

Gheit added that he "cannot imagine Lieberman setting foot on Egyptian soil as long as his positions remain as they are."

He was responding to a question about Lieberman's past comments concerning Egypt as well as the Israel Beiteinu chair's statement that Israel was not bound by the Annapolis commitments, a US-backed plan for Palestinian statehood.

Lieberman has strongly criticized Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak for never visiting Israel, except for Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's funeral in 1995, saying he could "go to hell" if he did not want to come.

He also once said Israel could attack the Aswan Dam in the event of a war with Egypt.

Diplomatic officials would have to check in with the Egyptian embassy in Tel Aviv as well as the Israeli embassy in Cairo to seek further clarification on Gheit's statements, Palmor of the Israeli Foreign Ministry said.

"We'll have to see in the coming days what it really means," he added.