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    In the face of Israeli criticism sour after the US decision to abstain from voting on a resolution to the UN Security Council criticizes Israeli settlements last week, US Secretary of State John Kerry defended the decision to the United States in an impassioned speech on December 28 / December, saying that Washington can not provide support in preventing the continued settlement expansion, the prospect of a two-state solution.
    Kerry said in his speech, which lasted 70 minutes at the Foreign Ministry, "Unfortunately, it seems that some believe that the friendship of the United States with a particular state means that the United States has to accept any policy, regardless of our own interests. On friends to tell them the facts time, friendships require mutual respect. "
    He said that the bottom line is that "vote in the United Nations focused on maintaining the two-state solution."
    Kerry responded sometimes Israeli allegations very personal that Barack Obama's administration conspired in secret to advance the decision behind the back of Israel, apparently motivated by hatred or bias against Israel. Kerry said he personally conducted hundreds of telephone conversations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the past four years, and the likelihood of the emergence of such a decision was known too.
    Kerry said, "We all know for some time that the Palestinians were determined to move forward in the United Nations related to settlements resolution, and I have repeatedly advised the Prime Minister that any further settlement activity would push the United Nations to act. However, it was not of settlement activity, however, increased. "
    He added, "In the end, we can not with a clear conscience that we protect the most extreme elements of the settlement movement in trying to destroy the two-state solution. We can not in good conscience turn a blind eye on the work of the Palestinians that fuel hatred and violence. And not in the interest of the United States to help any of the parties to create a centralized state. We may not be able to stop them, but they can not expect us to defend them. "
    As for Netanyahu, who described Kerry's speech disappointed the big hope, he said, he does not need a lecture.
    Netanyahu said, "What he did was he made the bulk of his speech to blame Israel for the lack of peace. Israelis do not need lectures from foreign leaders on the importance of peace. "
    Political analysts in Israel said that Rose Netanyahu's strong reaction to the United Nations Security Council resolution - including a request to call the ambassadors of Israel in New Zealand and Senegal, which are two of the four countries involved in the care of the resolution, and asked to reduce relations with countries that voted for the measure - may be linked to domestic politics than foreign policy.
    Nimrod Novick, foreign policy adviser to Shimon Peres said when the late prime minister, quoting Henry Kissinger's famous statement to explain the angry to pass a United Nations Security Council resolution to Israel's response, "Israel is not a foreign policy, only domestic politics."
    Novick said in a press contact with "the Israel Policy Forum" on December 28 / December, "The threat to the entire world to avenge the Israeli - I do not think that none of this is of great relevance to foreign policy. I think that [Netanyahu] aware of the arrival of this moment in the period between the US presidential election and appointment, and was worried for a long time the possibility that the United States takes the position to perpetuate the legacy of the Israeli-Palestinian issue. "
    Novick said, "for reasons that are not readily identifiable, thought [Netanyahu] that the moment of the release of the United Nations Security Council resolution may be a defining moment, or the beginning of the end of his rule." He pointed out that Netanyahu faces political challenges from three directions - from right by Naftali Bennett Party "Jewish Home", and the center-right by Yair Lapid, and legal investigations. "I think the Prime Minister steps in the past year to Ontha these factors."
    According to Ilan Goldenberg, a former adviser in the Kerry team for peace in the Middle East, about the difficulty of the decision about whether the Obama administration ought to abstain from voting on the UN resolution, but it is believed that the Department conducted probably the right choice. He admitted that he is unlikely to alter the decision something on the ground soon.
    Goldenberg said, is currently a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, in connection with the "Israel Policy Forum," "may not change that something on the dispute, unfortunately. I think that the logic to do so ... at this time, which they see as the possibility of the arrival of a new administration may fluctuate US policy [longstanding] on settlements - I think that is stimulated in part management's decision. "
    Goldenberg said that one may violate Kerry's opinion, and at the same time sees through his speech, he was very interested and honestly and Israel to reach a peace agreement, an Israeli Arab. But he added that "the speech was to carry a much larger meanings if he released two or three years" since instead of its release three weeks ago to leave the Obama administration's rule.
    In connection on December 28 / December conducted by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy with David Makovsky, a fellow who was an adviser in the Kerry mission to the Middle East, Makovsky said we could then see a possible diplomatic moves due to Kerry's speech.
    According to Makovsky of the existence of assumptions regarding the timing of the speech, which comes before the Paris International Peace Conference in January 15. He asked, would you take the foreign ministers present at the Paris Peace Conference Kerry standards to preserve the two-state solution of the speech, and "they cut it and paste it, then go to the United Nations Security Council before Obama leave office on January 20 and challenging the United States to overturn the private discourse? "
    Makovsky said, "there is no room at all to see what is the plan in Paris, but the last days of Obama's presidency will be filled with drama."
     
    Source: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/ar/originals/2016/12/kerry-defend-un-resolution-settlements-obama-netanyahu.html#ixzz4UV1cWTcp

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