Netanyahou aime la cartographie et s’en sert le plus souvent possible en appui de ses « narrations » et/ou de ses « mensonges »
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu loves maps. Considering them a helpful tool to illustrate his view of global affairs, he often brings them along to public speeches, to briefings with the press and to hearings in the Knesset.
1. Annexion de la Vallée du Jourdain (septembre 2019)
In election pitch, Netanyahu vows to annex Jordan Valley right away if reelected | The Times of Israel
In election pitch, Netanyahu vows to annex Jordan Valley right away if reelected
PM says ‘diplomatic conditions have ripened’ for move ‘immediately’; pledges to later apply sovereignty to all West Bank settlements, but with ‘maximum coordination’ with US
2. Reconnaissance de l’annexion du plateau du Golan (mai 2019)
Netanyahu shows off Trump’s map of Israel with Golan Heights | The Times of Israel
Netanyahu shows off Trump’s map of Israel with Golan Heights
In bid to play down political chaos and focus on his foreign policy chops before going on to skewer rival Liberman, PM whips out gift from Kushner on which Trump scribbled ‘nice’
3. Les cinq ennemis d’Israël (juillet 2016)
In Netanyahu’s new illustrated world, Israel has just five enemies | The Times of Israel
In Netanyahu’s new illustrated world, Israel has just five enemies
The PM this week prepared a map to show MKs how he sees Israel’s place among the nations. It makes for fascinating, and surprisingly optimistic, viewing
4. Abbas exige de Netanyahou qu’il dessine une carte proposant deux États (avril2013)
’Abbas calls on Netanyahu to draw two-state map’ - Middle East - Jerusalem Post
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has demanded a map for a future Palestinian state before the resumption of any peace talks, Palestinian news agency Ma’an quoted an aide as saying on Friday.
5. Netanyahou présente une drôle de carte « prouvant » les risque iraniens devant les membres de l’AIPAC aux Etats-Unis (mai 2015)
Benjamin Netanyahu used this strange map to show the reach of Iranian-backed terrorists - Business Insider
Benjamin Netanyahu just used this strange map to show AIPAC the reach of Iranian-backed terrorists
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the America-Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual conference on Monday. He defended his coming and highly controversial speech to Congress, arguing that the US and Israel were strategically and sentimentally close enough to weather even major disagreements.
6. Netanyahou montre comment il colorie le monde en bleu (mars 2018)
Netanyahu At AIPAC : Together, U.S. And Israel Are « Coloring The World Blue » | Video | RealClearPolitics
We’re coloring the world blue," he said about Israel, in front of a map of I’ve been to Africa 3 times in 18 months I’ve been to South America, Latin America— in the 70 years in the history of America of PM never went south of Texas? I love Texas but yeah, I do. We went to Argentina, we went to Columbia, to Mexico, and they said come back, we want more. That is changing. All these countries are coming to us, India, China Mongolia, Kazakhstan, all of it. Azerbaijan, Muslim countries. [For the] First time I visited Australia, tremendous, far away though. We’re coloring the world blue."
6. Netanyahou prouve l’existence de bases de lancement de missile à Beyrouth (octobre 2018)
Benjamin Netanyahu points to map of Beirut missile sites at UN - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Benjamin Netanyahu points to map of Beirut missile sites at UN
Posted 2 Oct 2018, 10:21pm
Benjamin Netanyahu points to guided missile sites in Beirut during his UN address on September 27.
7. Netanyahou propose une carte pour un statut « final » pour un État palestinien... (janvier 2014)
Bibi’s final status map leaves little room for Palestine
The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is about the map — who gets what and how much of historic Palestine. US Secretary of State John Kerry may well have an opinion about this — it is hard to believe that he does not — but President Barack Obama’s White House has yet to decide whether to break with the history of the last four decades and draw an American picture of what the states of Israel and Palestine should look like.
No such hesitation is to be found among the Palestine Liberation Organization and its chairman, Mahmoud Abbas, the signatories to the Arab Peace Initiative or members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC). They accept the June 4, 1967, border as the line dividing the state of Israel from the yet-to-be-created state of Palestine. They are prepared to consider modifications to this map, the so-called land swaps, not because they want to, but in order to satisfy Israel’s territorial demands over this demarcation.
8. Netanyahou et la bombe (iranienne) illustrée" (septembre 2012)
Bibi and the bomb | The Times of Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (who goes by the cutesy dimunitive Bibi), had his say last night at the United Nations, telling the world about Iran’s nuclear threat with the aid of a comical-looking bomb sketch. Now the talking heads, or writing heads, scramble to have their say, running buck wild to make their opinions heard like a pack of Jews at a sour cream versus applesauce debate.
9. Netanyahou montre les sites nucléaires secrets dans la région de Téhéran" (avril 2018)
What Netanyahu Said and Didn’t Say About Iran’s Nuclear Program - The Atlantic
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech Monday that he billed as showing “something that the world has never seen.” He vowed to provide evidence of Iran’s duplicity over its nuclear program, and especially its obligations to the nuclear agreement Tehran signed in 2015 with the world’s powers. But much of the speech concerned details of Iran’s covert nuclear program from the years 1999 to 2003, and it provided no smoking-gun evidence that those programs were continuing in violation of the deal—something that would have given Donald Trump’s administration the justification it might be looking for to withdraw from it.
Here’s what the speech, which was made mostly in English (ostensibly for a Western audience), did say about Iran’s nuclear program.