Obama is a joke. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • C.Peter
    • 22.05.11 | 15:16 (IDT)

    Obama is a joke. He is not serious about 1967 lines or whatever. Compromise must be made by the two people - Palestinians and Israelis. If Palestinians really want a State, they know what to do - ie. compromise, otherwise, Palestinian State will be a mirage. In 2012, nest year to be precise, Barack Obama's govenment will come to an end. I hope it will come to an end. This will set in a new era - the era of war, terrorism, conquer and re-conquer, more threats and Arab noice making. Israel must therefore get prepared, if not ready. It is unfortunate that I cannot understand whether Obama is pro-Israel or anti-Israel, but going by his words, I think he is more of sympathetic to Palestinians than Israel. This, by translation, may mean that he is against Israel. I need to be corrected on my conclusion.

    from the article: Erekat: Netanyahu must accept Obama peace guidelines for talks to resume
    First published 14:54 22.05.11 | Last updated 14:54 22.05.11
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