Go Jew Go! Work will make you free! We remember how well that worked last time.
The EU and the rest of their surrender monkeys are doing the jihad's bidding. Once again the Euros are beating the Jews for not working hard enough, not eating enough dirt. Eat the dirt! Faster! The Jews have not created enough economic opportunities to the jihadis. The Jihad destroyed the industries. BUILD THEM AGAIN, JEW! The Jews have not created enough jobs for the Jew hating jihadis, the Jews have not furnished enough fresh fruit, fresh meat, fresh water for Hamas and for the Jew hating jihadis.
The Jews have done everything for the jihad in Gaza. They left whole industries intact, they deliver fresh water, fresh bread, fresh food, blah blah blah ..............it doesn't matter.
Europe is rubbing its hands in glee secretly rooting for those to accomplish what it couldn't during World War II. But not to worry, they'll get theirs. They traded the lives of six million Jews for 56 million Muslims. Good luck with that, geniuses.
French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner said it was "not sufficient", while Finland's foreign minister Alexander Stubb said Israel's move was not enough to upgrade ties with the Jewish state.
Italy's foreign minister Franco Frattini praised Netanyahu's comments about peace with the Palestinians but criticised his comments in which he described Jerusalem as the "united capital of Israel".
Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.
"It is a positive step to want to negotiate with the Palestinians. However the preconditions are worrying in regard to Jerusalem, something that is subject to negotiations," said Frattini, who was due to meet hardline foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman in Luxembourg late Monday.
Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak echoed the European ministers' concerns in a speech to army commandos saying that Netanyahu's speech "scuttles the chances for peace," state news agency MENA reported.
Mubarak said Netanyahu's demand for Palestinians to recognise Israel as the national homeland of the Jewish people as a precondition for the establishment of their state, "will not be answered."
"You won't find anyone to answer that call in Egypt, or in any other place," Mubarak was quoted as telling the troops.
Since last June, the EU and Israel have been exploring ways to grant Israel better access to the vast European market and give it a role on a range of European advisory panels.
But strengthening political and security exchanges need the unanimous backing of all 27 EU governments.
In January, the EU decided to freeze moves to upgrade relations following the Gaza offensive that killed 1,330 Palestinians, injured 5,400 others and caused massive destruction in the coastal strip.
The Palestinian Authority opposes the EU plan to expand relations with Israel in the political, economic, scientific, security, health and other spheres.
It wants Israel to do more to ease the humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian territories and halt the spread of illegal Jewish settlements.