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    • US Army Dad
    • 27.03.10 | 20:46 (IDT)

    See the NY Times editorial at: http://www.nytimes.com//2010/03/27/opinion/27sat1.html "After taking office last year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel privately told many Americans and Europeans that he was committed to and capable of peacemaking, despite the hard-line positions that he had used to get elected for a second time. Trust me, he told them. We were skeptical when we first heard that, and we?re even more skeptical now." [snip] Concluding paragraph: "Many Israelis find Mr. Obama?s willingness to challenge Israel unsettling. We find it refreshing that he has forced public debate on issues that must be debated publicly for a peace deal to happen. He must also press Palestinians and Arab leaders just as forcefully. Questions from Israeli hard-liners and others about his commitment to Israel?s security are misplaced. The question is whether Mr. Netanyahu is able or willing to lead his country to a peace deal....[snip]

    from the article: Zionist Organization of America: Obama's Israel stance 'an insult' to all Jews
    First published 19:12 27.03.10 | Last updated 19:18 27.03.10
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