Paris peace con­fab

The Jerusalem Post - - COMMENT & FEATURES -

Re­gard­ing “Ne­tanyahu tells French FM: ‘Paris ini­tia­tive could harm re­gional peace ef­forts’” (June 5), or­ga­niz­ing a peace con­fer­ence with­out Is­rael and the Pales­tini­ans seems like or­ga­niz­ing a wed­ding with plenty of guests and well-wish­ers – but with­out the bride and groom.


Clearly, the God of Is­rael is an­gry with the French for con­ven­ing an international con­fer­ence of for­eign min­is­ters to dis­cuss Mid­dle East peace, but ex­clud­ing Is­rael. He has sent a flood to pun­ish French Pres­i­dent François Hol­lande and his coun­try­men (“French prime min­is­ter Valls says Seine sta­ble af­ter floods kill four,” June 5).

I hate to think what will hap­pen to Paris if the con­fer­ence tries to im­pose a so­lu­tion on the Land of Is­rael. Per­haps this should teach the world not to mess with us.

JACK S. CO­HEN Ne­tanya

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