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    • claire
    • 26.04.05 | 20:11 (IDT)

    As if Bush has any power to decide what should happen in Israel/Palestine. The only power the US has is in sending more and more money to support Israel's state sponsored terrorism. It's amusing to see Sharon leaving Washington or the Bush ranch with some sort of "guarantee" that says he can keep any part of what has been stolen, and then passing this off to the Israelis as if it meant anything. Bush can't even keep his own house in order, and Israelis would do well to fear the end of the golden calf either during this administration or the next. Even AIPAC is starting to show signs of crumbling. As for Sharon changing his spots, so far it's only bluster. Let's see if he does anything that can be construed as a genuine effort to make peace -- and getting out of Gaza is only a tiny down payment (if it ever happens)

    from the article: Sharon's vision
    First published 00:00 26.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 26.04.05
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