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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

'Firm deadlines' for Israel but not for Iran

Anyone else note the irony in this statement?
Administration sources said the White House was finalizing a plan that would include firm deadlines for Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Syrian negotiations as well as the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank.

"The plan is built on the premise that without firm deadlines and plenty of pressure nothing will get done," an administration source said. "Just ask the previous administration."

The reference was to the so-called Roadmap, a U.S. plan for the establishment of a Palestinian state. The plan was released by President George Bush in 2002.
Funny how he doesn't approach Iran that way, isn't it? No firm deadlines there.



At 7:47 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

That would be tantamount to issuing Israel an ultimatum. Israel should reject it if in fact the US seeks to force Israel to accept what it has been unable to persuade the country to do: to commit national suicide.

At 8:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bullies are cowards. They never pick on those they are afraid of. They only start up with those they think are weak, or act it.

But little does O'Blanko know Who he's really starting up with!It's a sure sign that when a no-talent nothing, like that paper-hanger in Germany, climb to the pinnacle of power, that Hashem has put them there for a fall. Let's just pray that this time the damage isn't as great.



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