Yeah, it's always someone else who's to blame - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 20.05.10 | 05:30 (IDT)

    Zvi Bar'el: "Israel's rejection of the plan, it seems, resulted largely from Egyptian opposition." And yet, less than a week ago..... Barak Ravid: "In the end, a senior Israeli official said, the issue was removed from the agenda due to American opposition." Gosh! Anyone else you want to point the finger at, guys? Hey, maybe Israel dropped the idea because the PA complained? Or maybe it was Qatar who complained about, err, Qatar's meddling? Yeah. Maybe that's it....

    from the article: Israel spurned Qatar's Gaza offer after Egypt protest
    First published 03:41 20.05.10 | Last updated 03:41 20.05.10
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