June 6, 2009

Visit Camp Nazi, Obama Promises Middle East Peace

U.S. President Barack Obama delivered a historic commitment to return to Israel to visit the former Nazi camp, Friday june 5.2009. However, he urged all parties in the Middle East in order to sacrifice for the sake of peace.

Wholesaler Squeezed by Nobel and penyintas Holocaust Elie Wiesel and German chancellor Angela Merkel, Obama became the first U.S. president to visit the concentration camp Buchenwald in central Germany.

Obama to listen carefully to the explanation Wiesel on life in the camp and put a white bouquet in place to recall more than 56,000 victims before the crematorium and barracks in the camp. Wiesel released from complex camps Buchenwald in April 1945 by the U.S. which includes grandfather, great-grandparent Obama uncle, Charlie Payne.

Payne, who is now aged 84 years and the body is weak, decided not to accompany the U.S. president to Buchenwald, but is scheduled to join Obama at the memorial service-65 to D-Day landing in Normandy, France, Saturday.

Obama issued a sharp words during the visits to those who disputed the slaughter of six million Jews by Nazi, without mention Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who on Tuesday savor the Holocaust as a big fraud. "Until today, there are those who insist that the Holocaust never occurred, a denial of truth and the facts without basis and glassy and full of hatred," he said.

"This place is a major denial of all that - a reminder akan our obligation to confront those who say the lie about our history," said President of the USA.

Obama is also the case of ground-water Jew in Israel, a new Visited in a series of diplomatic perdananya travel to the Middle East, covering the fray with the leaders of Israel about the need for state policy and Palestine.

Previously he said after talks with Merkel in Dresden, said he believes the U.S. will be able to create a way to re-launch the peace process between Israel and Palestine, but Washington can not do it alone. "I think now is the time for us to implement what we all know as the truth, that each party must make an appointment which is difficult," said Obama.

"Finally, the United States can not impose peace on all sides. But what we have strived to clean is some misunderstanding, so we can at least start a dialogue that honestly," he said.

He returned to the scale down one's demands that Israel stop expanding West Bank settlements in the Jordan River, but added that he was "very salut" in the political pressure faced by the Prime Minister of Israel Netanyahu Benajamin.

Obama urged the neighbors of Israel, Palestine and the Arab, to carry out their duty by making "a serious option" to muffle the situation in that region.

Meanwhile, Merkel said she believes Obama can advance efforts towards the settlement of the two countries in the Middle East. "I believe that with the new United States government, with President Barack Obama, there is indeed a unique opportunity now to see that this peace process - or perhaps let us more cautious - the process of negotiations will be turned on again," he said.


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