One Month Before Charlie Hebdo, Netanyahu's Angry Rant To France on Islamic Terror: "Does anyone in Paris talk about this!?"
Bibi was red-hot pissed that France wasn't concerned about Murderous Islamists, Then they had a Terror event. Now, France & all of the world is very concerned. Coincidence? You decide.
By Martin Hill
LibertyFight.com
January 11, 2015


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The 'Charlie Hebdo' attack occurred in Paris, France on January 7, 2015. But just a month and a half prior, on November 23, 2014, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave an angry speech about France. On Twitter, Bibi posted a video of his speech which he described as "about the upcoming French Parliament vote to recognize a Palestinian State." Bibi was red-hot pissed that France wasn't concerned about the problem of murderous Islamic terrorists. In the video, he asked "Does anyone in Paris talk about this!?" A mere 44 days later, Paris had a catastrophic terror event. Now, France & all of the world is very concerned, and Paris is indeed talking about it. Coincidence? You decide.

On November 23, Netanyahu was asked at a press conference "about the upcoming French Parliament vote to recognize a Palestinian State." He gave a very stern reply, which he later tweeted.

Netanyahu began with an angry rant about murderous Islamists, asking "Does anyone in Paris talk about this? This is what they have to do now when the world is exploding? This is what is going to produce peace?!? To ask Israel to put the suburbs of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in the hands of Islamic militants? This is irresponsible it is not conducive to peace. I think this is a terribly misguided postion... a terribly misguided postion. You know, we don't come out and say what countries or what regions of France should be independent. ...When Israel- the only democracy- is standing with France and with Europe to fight the Islamist fires and they say , "No, well, bring, give the Palestinians who are lining up with the Islamists, who are supporting Hamas, who are glorifying these murders in synagogues as heroes, give them a state." Without peace, you think that's responsible? I think it's irresponsible and wrong."

After the Paris attacks, however, Netanyahu took a much gentler tone, sending a supportive series of tweets to Paris and France:

Note that most of Netanyahu's tweets are in Hebrew, you have to search for the English ones.

Here is Netanyahu's Nov. 29th tweet and the original youtube vid, where he angrily asks "Does anyone in Paris talk about this!?", referring to murderous Islamists. Well now, all of Paris and the entirety of France, Europe and the world are talking about it.


[Video is 2 Minutes in length.]


Here is Netanyahu's tweet from Nov. 23, 2014.

WATCH: PM Netanyahu to @i24news_EN about the upcoming French Parliament vote to recognize a Palestinian State. http://t.co/L6zbjiDFNi

— PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) November 23, 2014

Here is the letter Netanyahu sent to France after the Charlie Hebdo attack, and several more tweets he made on the matter.

I sent this letter today to French President Fran�ois Hollande, in wake of the terrorist attack yesterday in Paris pic.twitter.com/qTH2YgbCx8

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 8, 2015


To all the Jews of France, all the Jews of Europe,Israel is not just the place in whose direction you pray, the state of Israel is your home

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 10, 2015


I've decided to fly to France tomorrow to express solidarity with the Jewish community, the French people and the free world countries.

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 10, 2015


I�m on my way to #Paris, to stand against the Islamic terrorism that is threatening all of humanity >> https://t.co/QGkzAelGCK #JeSuisJuif

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 11, 2015


I traveled to Paris today to stand with the Jews of France, join me and RT pic.twitter.com/O6h71niR7d

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 11, 2015


I marched in one row with world leaders in order to unite against terrorism. Any terrorism must be fought to the end pic.twitter.com/X5oFg5r3cB

— בנימין נתניהו (@netanyahu) January 11, 2015

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