PETER contradicts himself...... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 02.11.10 | 10:40 (IST)

    PSM: "Fayyad canceled as there was to be no publicity stunt party"..... followed immediately by.... PSM: "You would love a riot wouldn't you?". Is PETER the only person who fails to understand the fundamental contradiction in those two statements i.e. Fayyad would get far more publicity by turning up **now** and being subjected to "The police will act to prevent any such activity from taking place" than he ever would have got if this dedication had passed quietly without any Israeli interference. PETER, sunshine, grow a brain.....

    from the article: Palestinian PM skipping East Jerusalem event due to Israeli pressure
    First published 09:18 02.11.10 | Last updated 09:18 02.11.10
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