The old guard - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hani
    • 07.04.10 | 21:45 (IDT)

    Hanan ashrawi, Abbas, qurai, erakat all part of the old guard... They all expired after 9-11 and especially after Arafat died. They are from the stone age and have been receiving social security retirement wages from the US for the last decade. Time for some new faces in fateh. I still remember Hanan blaming 9-11 on us policies in supporting Israel, the day after 9-11. People in my dorm were like "who the f@@@ is this woman anyways". Terrible diplomacy, terrible tactics, terrible everything just a corrupt bunch of losers taking the Palestinians no where. At least Hamas stands for something, these people don't stand for anything at all , anything goes, just appear on tv and get pampered to nice hotels... And say stuff for internal digestion, to keep Palestinians thinking that they are working on finding a solution. In the end they do nothing for their people... Nothing.

    from the article: No chance for peace with Netanyahu, Ashrawi says
    First published 19:20 07.04.10 | Last updated 19:29 07.04.10
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