Condoleeza Running the Gauntlet - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JOHANES Franzen
    • 23.02.06 | 03:35 (IST)

    By snubbing Israel, Condoleeza thought she might get an easier trip, but to nobody's surprise she was met by an almost total distrust and are now well aware of the united opposition to the US stand on trying to punish the Palestinians for their democratic choice in the Hamas. Her plans to make a "unplanned stop in Amman", explain by 'security concerns' for not being advertized, is now probably not such a good idea after the latest gaffle by the IDF. Maybe Condoleeza should stop over in Israel on her way back to save what can be saved of this disastrous trip, or maybe not. Maybe just go home and tell the Great White Chief in Washington that his days as a Lame Duck has just begun. Free Palestine!

    from the article: Saudi Arabia nixes U.S. appeal to withhold aid from Hamas-led PA
    First published 00:00 23.02.06 | Last updated 00:00 23.02.06
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