"the Settlements close the road to peace"
"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"at the same time as John Lundvik prepares for the Eurovision semifinal shows new israeli statistics that state support to the settlement policy has increased dramatically. Just 2017, the same year that Donald Trump moved into the White House, increased the grants to the settlements in the occupied west bank by nearly 40 percent."
"For all except possibly Trump himself, and the israeli right wing, it is very worrying. The settlement policy is contrary not only to international law. It will also close down all but the most extreme on each side see as the only long-term path to peace in the conflict between the israelis and the palestinians, a two state solution."
"Close the door for peace."
"The israeli settlements are simply to close the door, square meter for square meter. Many, too, in Israel, fear that in the long run also threatens the israeli state."
"In just the situation chose one of Sweden's leading politicians, Lars Adaktusson, last week to host a meeting with the israeli organization My Truth."
"My Truth is an attempt to silence the testimony about the abuse that has come from the israeli soldiers, among other things, by the organization Breaking the Silence. It appears to be a classic påverkansoperation. So far is really no disagreement."
"To the organization also have ties to the bosättarrörelsen is, however, controversial, so controversial that Lars Adaktusson last week denied that any of his guests would represent the interests of the settlers or herself to be settlers.nVi assumes that Adaktusson believe that it is true. As a former journalist, he knows that it wont go bad for a politician as a father with falsehood."
"Living in a settlement"
"the Problem is that it is just that Adaktusson done in this case. Avihai Shorshan, executive director of the My Truth and one of the speakers at last week's meeting, living in fact in the illegal settlement of Kfar Adumim. He is also active in the organisation, the Jerusalem Belt Forum that promotes the displacement of palestinian communities around Jerusalem."
"It is not we who say it is. It makes the former israeli ambassador to south Africa Ilan Baruch in an article in today's Aftonbladet."
"Baruch, who currently leads a working group of former politicians and officials who want to promote a two-state solution, says that Israel needs friends who want to contribute to the respect for fundamental democratic values. But you don't need supporters who makes friends with groups that are attacking human rights organisations, disregard for international law or palestinian lives."
"Consciously or not, it seems to be just the Lars Adaktusson has done."