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    • Joshua
    • 04.06.11 | 21:55 (IDT)

    Wow, the left is absolutely bankrupt. Only fringe individuals would support Obama's parameters, delivered 48 hours after the Nakba events. Obama says to postpone discussion of refugees or Jerusalem until the borders have been set, and facts on the ground rearranged (evictions of Jewish communities and redeployment of IDF forces). Use 1967 death borders as the template. The Arabs may know that the West are foolish enough to buy into their latest positions, but would be foolish to believe that this sort of argument sways any group of Israelis. This is a joke. Tel Aviv today shows it for all to see. Too bad for leftists too, Obama hung them out to dry here thinking that by bashing Netanyahu the Israeli public would get scared and withdraw support from their PM. But he went so far left, so extreme, so way out of the Israeli national consensus that the result is an ever stronger Bibi Netanyahu, and a completely lonely remainder of the left.

    from the article: Thousands march in Tel Aviv in support of Palestinian state based on 1967 borders
    First published 20:22 04.06.11 | Last updated 21:57 04.06.11
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