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Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press

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Yisrael Hayom discusses the five-day delay in the planned sailing of the Gaza flotilla, and remarks that the complacent reaction of the European organizers to the delay serves to strengthen the Israeli claim that there is no humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.
The Jerusalem Post discusses what it terms US President Obama’s "NPT deviation", and states that "Washington decided on Friday to join 188 other nations in singling out Israel’s purported nuclear capability for special censure." The editor adds that "By allowing Israel to be singled out for special, extraordinary condemnation, the US is achieving a consensus on NPT policy, but it is undermining in the process the very purpose of this policy, which is to prevent the abuse of nuclear weapons, especially by radical Islamic elements, such as those with ties to Iran."
Haaretz informs its readers that "Israel suffered a searing diplomatic defeat at the five-year review conference of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty that ended last weekend", and once again finds itself isolated against the entire international community. Reflecting on PM Netanyahu’s meeting tomorrow with US President Obama, the editor states that "For Israel to break out of its growing international isolation, Netanyahu must say yes, without reservations, to the peace process that Obama seeks to advance."
Maariv was not available today.
[Mordechai Keder and Dan Margalit, wrote today’s articles in Yediot Aharonot and Yisrael Hayom, respectively.]

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