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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Could it get any sillier?

Laura Rozen reports that the 'terms of reference' letters about the 'peace process' to Israel and the 'Palestinians' have been prepared, but that the President of the United States has not yet decided whether they should be delivered (Hat Tip: Daily Dish).

Meanwhile, with Iran on the verge of developing a nuclear weapon, and with its government about to be overthrown, the National Security Council held a rare Saturday morning deputies meeting this past weekend (yes, of course, the 'Palestinians' are much more important than the possibility that Iran might plunge the world into nuclear war) and came up with this idea to get the 'peace process' moving without offending Abu Bluff's 'dignity.'
One idea if they can't get a full fledged relaunch of peace negotiations initially is possible proximity negotiations conducted by Mitchell between the Israeli and Palestinian teams that might be held in Egypt or Jordan. The idea is that it might be a way for the process to begin without the Palestinians reneging on their refusal to return to talks with something short of a full Israeli settlement freeze.
Anyone else thinking that this is how I might deal with my 2-year old who won't sit at the table for dinner - let him eat it someplace else.

Total silliness.


At 9:14 PM, Blogger Kafir Harby said...

Just like Holbrooke stabbed the Serbs in the back over the Bosnia and Kosovo matters, so is Mitchell ready to betray Israel.

At 9:20 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel should turn it down. There can be no substitute for direct negotiations and the Palestinians should not be allowed to act as though they don't have to pay a price for their decision to reject peace with Israel. If they can't sit in the same room with Israelis, what's the point of a charade?


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