Happy Rosh Hashanah Greeting

September 8, 2010 by staff 

Happy Rosh Hashanah Greeting, For the first time, the prime minister sent a Rosh Hashana greeting to all citizens of Israel through the Internet. In his YouTube channel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday posted a video on Israel to wish a happy holiday. In his holiday greeting, said, “There is no certainty in the success of peace talks.”
“In honor of the new year, I would like to wish all of Israel a happy and successful year for you and your families,” Netanyahu began his speech. “I hope and believe that this will be a year of new beginnings. This year we have survived a global financial crisis better than most countries in the world and unemployment fell to its lowest rate in years.

“We have made progress in major reforms to lower the prices of apartments, to pave a new path and high-speed rail system to the Galilee and Negev. Go to the Galilee, the Negev go and see the revolution in all strength.
“However, I want to clarify that the global financial crisis still not behind us. Therefore, we will continue to operate with a combination of determination, prudence and responsibility, also on the additional routes to promote our economy in the next year as well. ”

The Prime Minister continued: “This year, after many efforts, we have stimulated direct talks with the Palestinians. This is an important step in the effort to advance a peace agreement between them and us. I say this because it is an attempt there is no assurance for success. In fact, there are plenty of obstacles. There are a lot of skepticism and a lot of reasons for skepticism. But we must try to achieve peace. ”
“We are trying in good faith, but not naive. We insist that any agreement between us and the Palestinians is based on two principles of security and recognition of Israel as the country of the Jewish people.”
“Security, Netanyahu continued,” because there is no peace will last without strong bodies of real security measures on the ground. On the ground and not on paper, not a vague international commitment, but real security measures Israelis on the ground. ”
Netanyahu said Israel is demanding the recognition of a Palestinian state, “and it is natural and right that we ask from the other side to recognize the Jewish state and the state of Israel.’s Deep knowledge and belief in our right to live here in this country, our homeland, the land of our forefathers, this understanding is essential for meeting the challenges of the next year, the challenges of the next decade and the future in general. ”
The prime minister mentioned the increasing number of immigrants to Israel. According to him, this is a testimony to the fact that “the Jews of the diaspora created in the State of Israel, believe in their future and want to raise their children here.”

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