65-Its a red herring and a dead horse..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • bernard ross
    • 20.03.10 | 23:42 (IST)

    ...that keeps being beaten. There is no need to stop settlements unless there is a peace treaty. That is what negotiations are for. It is a red herring concocted after the petulant obama crowd had already accepted the apology for the trivial incident which supposedly upset them(insult). It's all fake. No Israeli govt has stopped building in Jerusalem in prior negotiations. Jerusalem has been take back from the receivers of stolen property and annexed. There is not going to be any peace, the arabs are just trying to get whatever concessions they can before negotiations rather than from negotiations. Obama is trying to cover up all his other foreign policy and domestic failures by beating on Israel. He was financed into harvard by saudi prince talal and financed into the presidency by Soros. Israel would do better to seize the saudi oilfields as reparations for decades of terror finance and wean off from US "aid".

    from the article: UN chief Ban in Ramallah: Settlements undermining peace
    First published 11:53 20.03.10 | Last updated 17:39 22.03.10
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