“William Hague is a strong supporter of Israel, as am I, and we greatly value the longstanding friendship between our two countries. We also want to get the peace process back on track so that it doesn’t lose momentum.”
He evidently put Zionist lobby in practice by attacking Iran’s threat to stay away from London Olympic Games, since the British officials were using a racist logo.
Last month, Iran’s National Olympic Committee wrote to International Olympic Committee, protesting the 2012 Olympic logo as it spells the word Zion, which is a biblical word for Israel.
In a non-diplomatic response to the issue, British Prime Minister said:
“It’s completely paranoid. If the Iranians don’t want to come, don’t come – we won’t miss you.”
“It would be a crazy reason for not coming,” David Cameron added.
David Cameron’s surprising declaration was against Olympic resolution, in which they try to “build a peaceful and better world through sport” away from all the political issues.
Claiming Britain does not identify “unilaterally declared Palestinian state”, UK Prime Minister said the athletes who do not want to compete against Israelis would not be welcomed in London 2012.
“They can’t come if they’re going to behave like that.
“You shouldn’t have that approach to sport. If you were going to come to the Olympic Games, you take part against everybody and if you’re going to behave like that you’re not welcome,” he said.
Asked if he has plan to visit Israel, David Cameron admitted his good relationship with Israeli Prime Minister, replying:
“Not in the immediate future but I’d be very keen to go.”
“I very much enjoyed my visit there as Leader of the Opposition. I have a good relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, we speak quite regularly and I’ve met him many times. But obviously this year it’s a very busy year. If I can go this year I will but if not it’ll have to be later,” he added.
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