Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, broker of the first Israeli-Arab peace treaty, is getting a cool reception on his latest mission to the region: Israeli leaders are shunning him for accusing Israel of apartheid and for planning to meet with the head of the violently anti-Israel Hamas group.

A schedule released by the U.S.-based Carter Center showed no plans for the former president to meet Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni or Defense Minister Ehud Barak during this week’s visit in Israel, which was scheduled to begin Sunday.

The above is taken from the following Associated Press report…
Carter comes to Israel on peace mission, but finds himself shunned
Just shows to go you how much interest Israel really has in achieving Peace…. it’s obvious they don’t.


  1. TK said,

    April 13, 2008 at 18:12

    President Carter’s position is the only effective “starting point” for engaging in this dialog. Israeli leaders continue to blind themselves.

  2. April 13, 2008 at 18:57

    Until Zionism is removed from Israel and the big business of America, Jimmy Carter or no-one else will make any headway with peace in the Middle East. However I for one do applaud his efforts.

  3. Stephen Yuill said,

    April 13, 2008 at 19:32

    So Carter is being shunned because he describes the Zionist state of
    dabbling in apartheid. Wellll….yeaaah, that’s because they are an apartheid
    state. Ok, on to the next Zionist outrage!!

  4. Matt Giwer said,

    April 13, 2008 at 19:44

    By the very definition of Zionism lead by its revisionist movement, its purpose was to steal the land and kill the owners or at least drive them away.

    Why do we suffer thieves and murderers to complain about the dangers to Israel when they deliberately and willfully chose to live under these conditions?

    Even a child would know the owners would want their property back and would use every means available to reclaim it.

  5. Ger said,

    April 13, 2008 at 19:46

    You would think that any effort to find peace in the middle east would be welcomed by the Israeli government. But then again if peace were to suddenly spring up the arms merchants would be out of business and all those lobbyist in western governments would have to go home.

  6. April 13, 2008 at 23:27

    A tough sell, but at least you’re trying Carter. The world will continue to remember your efforts of trying while bombs blow up all over the territories and Zionist money continues to fund the TV stations using the military industrial complex making its billions off of war.

  7. DavidG. said,

    April 14, 2008 at 04:38

    There’s only one place other than Israel where peace is less welcome and that’s America! While war and profit are bedfellows, wars driven by this pair of militaristic imperialists will never cease.

  8. David said,

    April 14, 2008 at 13:32

    Today, Apr 14, 2008, it is reported that the Israeli government has become even more petty. They have refused to cooperate with Carter’s Secret Service security and to provide him with any security what-so-ever.

  9. robertsgt40 said,

    April 14, 2008 at 15:03

    Did someone really think Israel would embrace Carter? He is honestly seeking peace. There is no peace in Israel’s agenda. These are a war intent people dating back to the Ashkenazi/Kazar origins. They are truly the antisemites. How ironic.

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