In Pal and Arab perception, U.S. will always play a bad part - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • steinberg
    • 20.09.11 | 07:20 (IDT)

    As long as the U.S. doesn't cave in to Arab and Palestinian Arab demands for hegemony in the ME, as long as the U.S. defends the right of minority peoples (and I'm not talking about the Palestinian Arab minority because they are actually a majority of 300 million Arabs) the U.S. will always be the "bad guy". Obama wasn't even president yet when we saw the Palestinian Arabs dancing for joy and handing out sweets on the news of the murder of 3000 people on 9-11. And who was the bad guy when the WTO was attacked for the first time in 1993 (?). In Arab minds, anyone who is against Arab hegemony will always be the bad guy. Just deal with it. "Obama" is playing the part of the bad guy in Palestinian perception. "

    from the article: In Palestinian eyes, U.S. president has become the bad guy
    First published 02:14 20.09.11 | Last updated 02:14 20.09.11
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