Lets see how best we can screw the Jews
This is not good, any time these to Mohammedans get together, it doesn’t spell good for the Jewish state. More than likely it’s the Saudis so called “peace deal” that’s actually nothing more than a take it or leave it (you accept what we offer, or no deal) proposal.
That has as much chance of being accepted in the Knesset as a Jew having the possibility of being invited to Mecca. It’s a non-starter, dead in the water proposal that has nothing acceptable in it for the Jewish state. KGS
Obama, Saudi King discuss 2-state Mideast solution
Arabian King Abdullah on Tuesday stressed the importance of a two-state solution to Middle East peace that secured a Palestinian homeland alongside a strong Israel.
Arab leaders are disappointed that Obama has not made more progress in pressuring Israel to give ground in U.S.-mediated peace talks. Obama will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on July 6.
Obama said his lunch with King Abdullah ranged over various strategic issues, including Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan, as well as “the importance of moving forward in a significant and bold way in securing a Palestinian homeland that can live side by side with a secure and prosperous Israeli state.”
Netanyahu began indirect talks with the Palestinians in May but has imposed strict conditions for accepting their demand for statehood.
In addition, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said earlier on Tuesday that problems with the talks, and divisions among the Palestinians, meant no Palestinian state would be founded by 2012. This was an apparent reference to a call by the Quarter — the United States, European Union, United Nations and Russia — for an accord by that time.
Obama and King Abdullah “expressed their hope that proximity talks between Israelis and Palestinians will lead to the resumption of direct talks with the aim of two states living side-by-side in peace,” the White House said.
King Abdullah only spoke briefly after their meeting, thanking Obama for his hospitality and praising the friendship between their two countries.
“We appreciate all that you personally have done to further broaden and deepen and strengthen this relationship,” he said, speaking through in interpreter in the Oval Office.