News ID: 6836
Publish Date: 20 November 2011 - 09:29
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu started his work to form a new axis in the African continent.

He met with Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Yoweri Mossbna who are visiting the Zionist entity on the occasion of the International Water Conference (WATEC) as he met before at the United Nations in New York a month ago with the new President of the new state of Southern Sudan.

Senior Zionist official in the Al-Quds reported to "Maariv" newspaper that "the changes taking place in North Africa affect the rest of the African countries that fear of the power of what he called "radical Islam" and the impact on the entire African continent.

A high-Zionist political revealed that cooperation with other African countries will continue in the future in light of the new world order, adding that "one of the prominent objectives that lie behind the formation of this alliance is to thwart the efforts of Iran in the economic field to penetrate the African continent."

In a related context, Kenyan Prime Minister met with the President of the Zionist entity, Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asked them to help in the war waged by his country in Somalia and said that "Israel could help Kenya build a system to discover the insurgents and their weapons and give assistance in guiding pre-emptive strike against them."

The Israelis refused to comment on reports that revealed Tel Aviv's supply to Kenya by military equipment, the Zionist sources expressed that "no agreement on this issue has been reached yet, but "Maariv" newspaper quoted estimates that a dialogue will begin in the near future on a practical level between Kenya and "Israel" to develop deals.


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