When asked recently what issue keeps him awake at night, new security service chief replied that it’s the possibility of Hamas carrying out a large-scale surprise attack. It’s now his job to keep that from happening.06:46 12.02.16 | 0 comments
Arafat did not walk out of Camp David. He was sitting there when Clinton stuck the boot in with his closing speech of those talks. Arafat even sat around Camp David (as did Barak) while Clinton jetted off to Okinawa for a few days. extending the summit past its scheduled close. Arafat stayed for the entire length of the summit. He refused to sign the agreement Barak tried to get Clinton to shove down his throat, but he didn't pull the plug on the talks. But Barak? He definitely walked out a Taba, and that was at a stage where the two sides were VERY, VERY close to an agreement. Cold feet, I guess.