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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Gee, now who did that?

I wonder how Howard Berman (D-Cal) kept a straight face when he spoke at an Americans for 'Peace Now' luncheon in his home state on Sunday.
"The United States cannot negotiate on the Palestinians' behalf by proxy, as some have reported President Abbas would like. It would be unfortunate indeed if the Palestinians chose to stay on the sidelines rather than negotiate for the statehood they have long craved," he said.


"We may have done him a disservice by not making clear at the outset of the administration that negotiations should not be linked to a settlement freeze," Berman acknowledged.
Gee Howard, who did that? Who gave Abu Bluff the idea that negotiations were linked to a 'settlement freeze'? Who ever gave him that impression?


At 6:43 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

Obviously Obama shot himself in the foot making such a strong link between settlement growth and peace. Abbas and his cronies simply picked up the gauntlet and ran with it.

Having said that the settlement issue did not begin with Obama.

I will provide this one link of many:

The real problem lies in lies almost impossible to disprove for we all know truth has been shoved in a drawer to collect dust.


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