Thursday, April 08, 2010

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Now Obama Wants To Impose His Version Of Peace On Israel Against It's Will And With No Say

Posted: 08 Apr 2010 10:24 AM PDT

I don't know how you can force 2 sides to sit down and live in peace, but then again--I don't have the years of experience that Obama has in such matters.Oh, wait...In any case, Jennifer Rubin does have a good question: How Do You Impose Peace?The most famous attempt to impose peace was at the Treaty of Versailles after WWI--and one of the key ingredients was to demilitarize Germany. Of course, that was then: this is now. These days, one of the key ingredients to create peace is to give arms to the Palestinian Arabs and train them on how to...

Obama, jews, israel

Posted: 08 Apr 2010 04:21 AM PDT

A few weeks ago Daled Amos observed that Israel could well be an issue in the upcoming midterm elections. Citing a Politico article he wrote: Support for Israel, and its implications for US foreign policy, is already emerging as an issue in the upcoming Congressional races shaping up this year. Republicans have an easier time backing Israel as part of their criticism of Obama's foreign policy in general and towards Iran in particular. Not so Democrats, who while they like to claim to be solid friends of Israel, must also deal with the increasingly vocal group among them that say...

Imf: boycotts and strikes good for palestinian economy

Posted: 08 Apr 2010 04:21 AM PDT

In an odd article the other day, the New York Times reported, Palestinians Try a Less Violent Path to Resistance. It was odd for a number of reasons. One, is that it doesn't mention that the leaders of the PA still honor terrorists. Another is that the article talks about how Salam Fayyad encourages Palestinian building in disputed areas, which, for some reason is portrayed as a way to peace. But this is the point that's particularly odd. One effort to increase a sense of hope is a new push to ban goods made in the settlements, symbols of occupation....

Ahmadinejad threatens presidential teeth

Posted: 07 Apr 2010 11:46 PM PDT

You may have seen some reports on these remarks already, but probably without the nifty graphic, courtesy of Hizbullah's Al-Manar TV--Ouch!Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday warned his US counterpart Barack Obama of a "tooth-breaking" response, as he condemned Washington's new nuclear policy. "I hope these published comments are not true... he (Obama) has threatened with nuclear and chemical weapons those nations which do not submit to the greed of the United States," Ahmadinejad said in speech broadcast live on state television. "Be careful. If you set step in Mr. (George W.) Bush's path, the nations' response would be...

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