You would be wise not to rush to judgment on the basis of a soliary uttering by a Norwegian. The US' disturbance with the "resistance" part of the Haniyeh speech is far more meaningful as is the EU statement remaining firm in the "wait and see" attitude about resuming aid. There is no Bush presence in current Israeli policy. The Israeli position reflects the Quartet position. Those of us who read your regular diatribes (you do love that word "crap" don't you) know how strongly you dislike Israel and the Jews. Despite your wishful thinking and your vengeful commentary, Sir, there is still a great distance between necessary diplomatic European lip service to the hoped-for possibility of a sane government in the PA and a full resumption of relations and assistance to that Government. The expectation here should be, based on 60 years of Arab refusal, that this unity government will crumble before your so-called "starvation blockade" does.
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Syrian army says Turkey last night fired a number of mortar bombs "towards our positions" (Reuters)
from the article: U.S. 'disturbed' by 'right to resist' clause in PA unity gov't platform