According to Israel’s daily Ha’aretz (May 27, 2011) – The leaders at the G8 summit in Deauville (France) had omitted in their final statement – mentioning Barack Obama’s earlier vision of a demilitarized Palestinian state along Israeli borders based on 1967 borders.
“Group of Eight leaders had to soften a statement urging Israel and the Palestinians to return to negotiations because Canada objected to a specific mention of 1967 borders, diplomats said on Friday,” reported Ha’aretz.
Diplomats involved in Middle East discussions at the G8 summit said Canada had insisted that no mention of Israel’s pre-1967 borders be made in the leaders’ final communique, even though most of the other leaders wanted a mention.
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, is a staunch ally of the Zionist regime and is listed as ‘Author’ on Israel Hasbara (propaganda) Committee.
On Thursday and Friday the leaders of Britain, the United States, Germany, Russia, Italy, Japan, Canada and France are convening for their annual discussion of world affairs. Barack Obama, Angela Markel, Nicolas Sarkozy, David Cameron, Stephen Harper and Dmitry Medvedev are all committed pro-Israel Zionists. The leaders also discussed the anti-West spring in the Middle East and North Africa and the appointment of new IMF head to replace the former French Jewish head of IMF, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who was forced to resigned as result of rape scandal.