No decency, No Shame - Just Chutzpah - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tod Zuckerman
    • 29.06.07 | 02:11 (IDT)

    There should have been a Winograd Commission a long time ago regarding just one issue - what did Beilin know about the then PLO's "Trojan Horse" plan and when did he know it ? It is very clear - at least to me - that during the Oslo negotiations, Arafat's representatives told Beilin exactly what their long term intentions were, but he did not have the honesty/decency to disclose these crucial facts to the Israeli people. Beilin's concealment was the very worst type of criminal fraud imaginable. Since then,he has continued with his underhanded ways of weakening Israel - the phony, subversive Geneva Accords and his loyalty to his EU paymasters should be enough to make him an outcast in Israel.

    from the article: Peace now, of all times
    First published 00:00 28.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.06.07
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