Last quote by Danny Ayalon
Well, I have no knowledge of what they are talking about, but I think the problem that we face in Syria is emanating a lot from support, the massive support that the brutal Assad regime gets from the Iranian Ayatollahs and also from their surrogates in Lebanon, the Hezbollah.
This page is completely dedicated to what Danny Ayalon has to say. All of Danny Ayalon’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Danny Ayalon came from an article called Arab Spring becoming an Islamist Winter, says Israel's Ayalon: “Very tragic situation in Syria, and on top of the humanitarian disaster in Syria we see the danger of complete disintegration, in Syria being on the verge of becoming a failed state.”.
Quotes by Danny Ayalon
Feb 06 2013
Very tragic situation in Syria, and on top of the humanitarian disaster in Syria we see the danger of complete disintegration, in Syria being on the verge of becoming a failed state.
Feb 06 2013
In essence this is what we see; and also what we see is that the fallback for Assad is not quitting, is not leaving Syria but actually fortifying Alawite positions and creating Alawite enclaves which will continue to be supported by the Hezbollah and by Iran, and this does not bode very well for the future of this country, and also for the stability of the region.
Feb 06 2013
I don't think the Iranians need any push. What they have been doing for the last decade and a half is a very elaborate scheme of cheating, evasion and in a way defying the entire international community. And they are relentless in trying to get a nuclear capability for them. The nuclear capability is not just a means in itself, it's only a way to become the hegemon in the Middle East and much beyond. And here I would like to make a very specific point: there's no fight between Israel and Iran, the fight is really between Iran and the entire international community.
Feb 06 2013
Well, first of all reach a consensus, and unfortunately we could not get the international community to agree, and with the absence of any policy by the Security Council it is a complete paralysis. And the result of course is an ever-escalating direction and process in Syria. So I think the first thing we should have the P5 (five permanent members) of the Security Council agree on a certain policy, whether it's a no-fly zone over Syria, or a way to put peace-keeping forces – what could've been achieved rather easily a year and a half or a year ago now is almost insurmountable.
Feb 03 2013
Israel has the right to self-defence, we have an obligation to defend our population. Unfortunately, we are seeing a rampant radicalisation in the region and what has been called the 'Arab Spring' is becoming an islamist winter and much of it is attributed to the Ayatollahs in Tehran.
Sep 24 2011
Israel is going to continue to wait at the negotiating table and at that table we will settle all outstanding issues, including territories. But for that, we have to sit and talk. We have waited for two and a half years and they didn't come, using different excuses and pretexts.
Feb 01 2010
Israel does not need any admonition from the international community. We keep our high standards on morality, and the fact that we took disciplinary action against very high and senior officers is just the proof.
Sep 27 2009
The change that we should see now is that the dilemma now is no longer the international community dilemma. It is up to them (the Iranians) to decide whether to stop voluntarily and willingly with their entire nuclear programme and missile testing or pay the price.
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