Saturday, 23 January 2010

Israel Matzav: Good news: The path is open to another strongly-worded message to Iran

Good news: The path is open to another strongly-worded message to Iran

Later under questioning with her British counterpart David Miliband, Clinton said she believes a path is open to a strongly worded new U.N. Security Council resolution on Iran, which denies nuclear weapons ambitions.

Clinton declined to predict if such a resolution would include new sanctions but said the entire world has reason to be concerned about the prospect of a nuclear armed Iran.

That ought to do a lot of good: Another 'strongly-worded resolution.'

Even EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, whose first action upon taking office was to rip Israel, seems to understand more about Iran than Clinton does.

"As I have said already, very publicly, we want to have dialogue, but six years of dialogue by my predecessor Javier Solana have not brought us to the outcome that we have wished. So we do have to consider what else needs to be done, and we stand ready to do that," she said.

Meanwhile, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is warning that Israel may act against Iran.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy assessed that Israel "would not stand by while Iran develops nuclear weapons," Al Hayat quoted sources close to the French leader on Saturday.

"Israel might take action to prevent the Iranian regime, which wants to wipe it off the map of the world, from obtaining a nuclear bomb," Sarkozy reportedly explained to visiting Lebanese Prime Minister Sa'ad Hariri.

According to Saturday's report in the London-based Arab daily, Sarkozy told Hariri that France had proof that Teheran was working to develop a nuclear bomb.

The Jerusalem Post could not confirm the report.

What could go wrong?

Israel Matzav: Good news: The path is open to another strongly-worded message to Iran

Israel Matzav: Is Hillary Clinton starting to get it?

Is Hillary Clinton starting to get it?

From a Clinton press conference on Thursday with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband:

Meanwhile, during a press conference in Washington with British Foreign Secretary David Miliband on Thursday night, US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that while the US would continue to work for Middle East peace, it was ultimately up to Israel and the Palestinians.

"This issue is between Israel and the Palestinians," she said. "The US, UK, EU and the Arab League, everybody can work together to create a positive atmosphere, we will continue to do whatever we can, and we urge both parties to return to the negotiations table."


Israel Matzav: Is Hillary Clinton starting to get it?

Israel Matzav: 'Peace Now' calls for all 'settlements' to be treated equally

'Peace Now' calls for all 'settlements' to be treated equally

'Peace Now' is concerned that not all 'settlements' are being treated equally.

['Peace Now' director Yariv] Oppenheimer, the report went on, said that there could not be a situation in which certain communities had illegal structures demolished while others were able to continue building at will.

I agree. I think the government should demolish all the illegal structures being built by Arabs in 'east' Jerusalem and in Judea and Samaria. Heh.

Israel Matzav: 'Peace Now' calls for all 'settlements' to be treated equally

Israel Matzav: IDF hospital diagnoses 4-year old Haitian boy with leukemia

IDF hospital diagnoses 4-year old Haitian boy with leukemia

This is Mike. Mike is 4-years old. The IDF hospital in Haiti has diagnosed Mike with leukemia. Who will treat him and where? If he were an Arab kid from the 'Palestinian Authority' or Jordan (among other places), he'd be treated here in Israel. But will he and his family come halfway around the world to be treated here?

Nope. There are some good people in the United States who are going to take care of Mike. An organization called God's Planet is transferring Mike to the University of Miami for treatment. You can see a picture of Mike and his Dad with two IDF doctors here.

Here's Mike's full story:

Mike, a four year old Hatian boy, who was brought to the IDF field hospital in Port-au-Prince this morning by his father because of vomiting and weakness. Mike, his two siblings and his parents had been living on the street since the earthquake because their house was destroyed.

Dr. Amit Assa ran blood tests, and diagnosed him with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, most likely M5. Given the diagnosis, Mike will most likely need chemotherapy and probably a bone marrow transplant.

Because the IDF field hospital is not equipped to deal with such long-term and complex treatments, and because his condition was urgent, we tried to find an organization to arrange for him to go to the United States and recieve treatment there. There was an overwhelming and rapid response from many different individuals and organizations, and a few hours ago a group called “God’s Planet” came to the field hospital to pick up Mike and take him to Miami Hospital where he will be recieving treatment for his cancer.

Refuah Shleima Mike!

Israel Matzav: IDF hospital diagnoses 4-year old Haitian boy with leukemia

Israel Matzav: Another war with Lebanon is 'inevitable'

Another war with Lebanon is 'inevitable'

Minister without portfolio Yossi Peled (Likud) said on Saturday that another war with Lebanon is 'inevitable.'

"Without a doubt we are heading for another round (of fighting) in the North. No one knows when, but it's clear that it will happen. We did not know that the Second Lebanon War was going to break out," Peled, who is a former OC Northern Command, said at an event in Beersheba.

Meanwhile, the Washington Post reports that Hezbullah is dispersing its missiles in Northern Lebanon and in the Bekaa Valley, which means that the next conflict is likely to cover a wider area.

Hezbollah has dispersed its long-range-rocket sites deep into northern Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley, a move that analysts say threatens to broaden any future conflict between the Islamist movement and Israel into a war between the two countries.

More than 10,000 U.N. troops now patrol traditional Hezbollah territory in southern Lebanon along the Israeli border, and several thousand Lebanese armed forces personnel also have moved into the area. A cross-border raid by Hezbollah guerrillas in summer 2006 triggered a month-long war that prompted the United Nations to deploy its force as part of a cease-fire.

The United Nations is confident that the dense presence of its troops in the comparatively small area is helping lower the risk of conflict and minimizing Hezbollah's ability to move weapons across southern Lebanon, but analysts in Lebanon and Israel say the U.N. mission is almost beside the point.

Hezbollah's redeployment and rearmament indicate that its next clash with Israel is unlikely to focus on the border, instead moving farther into Lebanon and challenging both the military and the government. The situation is important for U.S. efforts in the region, whether aimed at curbing the influence of Hezbollah's patrons in Iran or at persuading Syria to moderate its stance toward Israel and its neighbors.

Hezbollah "learned their lesson" in 2006, when vital intelligence enabled the Israel Defense Forces to destroy the group's long-range launch sites in the first days of the conflict, said reserve Gen. Aharon Zeevi Farkash, a former head of IDF intelligence. In effect, he said, "the 'border' is now the Litani River," with Hezbollah's rocket sites possibly extending north of Beirut.

In a December briefing, Brig. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, the IDF head of operations, said some Hezbollah rockets now have a range of more than 150 miles -- making Tel Aviv reachable from as far away as Beirut. The Islamist group has talked openly of its efforts to rebuild, and Israel estimates that Hezbollah has about 40,000 projectiles, most of them shorter-range rockets and mortar shells.

When there is another war, you can bet that it will not just be Hezbullah that suffers on the Lebanese side.

But if a conflict does break out, "Israel will not contain that war against Hezbollah," Eiland said. "We cannot."

Given Hezbollah's capabilities, he said, "the only way to deter the other side and prevent the next round -- or if it happens, to win -- is to have a military confrontation with the state of Lebanon."

By the way, Eiland doesn't regard that war as inevitable, but many other analysts here do.

What could go wrong?

Israel Matzav: Another war with Lebanon is 'inevitable'

Israel Matzav: Mitchell's five-point plan

Mitchell's five-point plan

US Special Middle East envoy George Mitchell is carrying a five-point plan for starting 'Middle East peace talks.'

Special Middle East envoy George Mitchell of the United States is carrying a five-point plan for a comprehensive Middle East peace as meets with Israeli and Palestinian Authority (PA) leaders during his current Middle East visit, according to PA sources cited by the London-based Arabic newspaper Al-Hayat on Friday. The plan is headed by renewal of talks between the two sides on most issues during the current freeze on construction in Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria. The status of Jerusalem would be delayed.

Other points call for the establishment of a PA state basicly under pre-1967 borders under the guidelines of the Saudi Arabian initiative. It was shown to Egyptian and Jordanian foreign ministers during their recent visits to Washington, DC. Egypt's Ahmed Aboul-Gheit voiced opposition on behalf of the PA, despite a warning from the US that any route than wasn't dialogue with Israel would be a catastrophe for PA residents.

Good luck with that. I wonder what the other points are. Hmmmm.

Israel Matzav: Mitchell's five-point plan

Israel Matzav: Stupid Jews: My old hometown votes for Coakley

Stupid Jews: My old hometown votes for Coakley

Shavua tov, a good week to everyone.

I grew up in Newton, Mass. and went to school in Brookline, Mass. Most of the people in those towns are simply not capable of pulling the ballot for Republicans under any imaginable circumstances.

Shmuel Rosner reports that the vast majority of Newton and Brookline voted for Marcia Martha Coakley on Tuesday.

Rosner reader Daniel from Boston writes:

"A friend of mine, traveling through Boston, had told me that he encountered many liberal Jewish Bostonians voting for Brown". Mr Rosner, you may find the following interesting. Brookline and Newton are about 40 - 50% Jewish and overwhelmingly liberal. In Brookline Martha Coakley beat Scott Brown 74% - 25%, in Newton 67% 32%. I don't believe liberal Jews are switching religions so fast…. see the link below (that's a NYT interactive map).

In fact, the two towns are as moonbatty as ever. NY Nana sent me this story about how Newton's Aldermen killed a measure that would have had the city housing Gitmo terrorists.

In an anticlimax to a week of outrage, Newton aldermen unanimously voted to take no action on a controversial resolution to welcome a Guantanamo detainee to the city.

At a meeting of the full board Tuesday night, the Programs and Services Committee substituted their original approval of the resolution with the No Action Necessary designation. The switch was greeted with applause from the approximately 80 people in the audience, as was the vote of the full board that killed the proposal without an up or down vote. The matter was disposed of in ten minutes.

But while attendees were happy the resolution was no longer on the table, they were still upset at the aldermen who proposed and approved it.

“It’s outrageous to even bring this question before the board … all of us in Newton are ashamed now,” said Mikhail Gershteyn after the meeting. “Every official who brought it should be recalled.”

The resolution, docketed by Aldermen Stephen Linsky and Ted Hess-Mahan, called for the city to ask Congress to allow Guantanamo detainees into the country and for the city to specifically welcome Abdul Aziz Naji, a 34-year-old Algerian, to Newton should he be cleared to enter the United States. Two Newton attorneys, Doris Tennant and Ellen Lubell, have been working pro bono for Naji while he’s been held in Guantanamo.

I wonder how many Haitian refugees these people would be willing to take. I'd bet it's less than the number of Gitmo terrorists.

/Berkeley East

Israel Matzav: Stupid Jews: My old hometown votes for Coakley

DoubleTapper: Eyewitness Stories from the IDF Relief Mission in Haiti

Eyewitness Stories from the IDF Relief Mission in Haiti

In the IDF Medical Corps Delegation to Haiti which is housed in tents, the Russian delegation asked the Israeli "superpower" for medical equipment.

In the IDF Medical Corps Delegation to Haiti which is housed in tents, there are religious ZAKA volunteers. They deal with the severed limbs and bodies of the dead and wounded from Haiti. They do this because of their respect for the dead and their respect for the Haitian Creole speaker, voodoo worshiper in the Caribbean Sea at the edge of the Atlantic.

In the IDF Medical Corps Delegation which came from Israel in the Middle East to Haiti, there are American volunteer doctors. They have no other useful installation in which to work in. A doctor and nurse from Germany came. They heard this is best hospital in Haiti. An emergency room team from Colombia arrived with all their equipment and asked if they could set up next to us to be part of our hospital. England is the enlightened country in Europe, the one which has an academic boycott of Israel; twenty British doctors and nurses asked to work with us.

All these people, without exception, stand together at the morning formation at 7 AM in the flag square. The flag of Israel...

Lots more eyewitness stories from the IDF Relief Mission in Haiti here

DoubleTapper: Eyewitness Stories from the IDF Relief Mission in Haiti

Love of the Land: Masters and donkeys

Masters and donkeys

Sarah Honig
Another Tack/JPost
22 January '10

Consciously or otherwise, the carrot-or-stick motif conjures images of masters and the dumb donkeys they try to prod and move along. Those lucky enough to be in position to choose between inducing or punishing are obviously the power-wielding honchos.

Those to be tempted or whacked into submission are clearly the brutish troublesome beasts which must be disciplined - one way or another.

Therefore, when US President Barack Obama's special Mideast envoy fails to object to carrot-and-stick speak - and even bothers to specify one stick's characteristics - he implies that he's in charge, while we, threatened with a severe whack on the rump, are his asses.

So forget the nitty-gritty of George Mitchell's January 7 gibber-jabber in the PBS interview with Charlie Rose about withdrawing loan guarantees if we Israelis don't obey pronto. Plenty of ink has been spilled on whether this constituted a serious signal. The point has been honed that we don't desperately depend on said guarantees, that Israel repays all its debts dutifully and that it can get along just fine, thank you, without Washington's grudging favor.

That's almost the lesser issue.

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Love of the Land: Masters and donkeys

Love of the Land: The Greeks had a word for it: hypocrisy

The Greeks had a word for it: hypocrisy

Theodoros Pangalos: doesn't condone theft --
but how about murder?

22 January '10

News item:

The deputy prime minister of Greece has sent back to the Israeli Embassy in Athens three bottles of wine given to him as a gift, because they were produced in the Golan, which “belongs to Syria” and is “illegally occupied.” [apparently this occurred in December 2008 - ed.]

The embassy had given the wine to Theodoros Pangalos — MP for the socialist party PASOK and responsible also for co-ordination of the foreign policy and defense committee in the Greek government — as a gift for the Christmas holidays with the wishes of Israel’s ambassador to Greece, Ali Yihiye…

I have been taught since I was very young not to steal and not to accept products of theft,” [Pangalos] wrote. “So I cannot possibly accept this gift and I must return it back to you.

“As you know, your country occupies illegally the Golan Heights who belong to Syria, according to the international law and numerous decisions of the international community,” Pangalos added.

Referring to atrocities that occurred during the Second World War and the Balkan War, the socialist MP said: “Actions such as those of these days of the Israel military in Gaza remind the Greek people of holocausts such as in Kalavrita or Doxato or Distomo and certainly in the ghetto of Warsaw.”

Was he also taught not to murder or allow others to do so? Perhaps not:

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Love of the Land: The Greeks had a word for it: hypocrisy

Love of the Land: The perils of presidential failure

The perils of presidential failure

Caroline Glick
23 January '10

(How this may impact Israel appears later in article)

US President Barack Obama is feeling the heat. His response to the current crisis threatening to sink his one-year-old presidency is telling for what it says about the future of both his domestic and foreign policies. Israel should take heed of his responses.

Obama's Democratic Party, and indeed the US political establishment as a whole, received a jolt on Tuesday when Republican Scott Brown won the Massachusetts seat in the US Senate that had been held by the Democratic Kennedy dynasty since 1952. The question now on everyone's lips is whether Brown's stunning victory will cause Obama to change his course and moderate his policies.

The Massachusetts Senate race was a real world example of what opinion polling data has shown. Since last summer, a consistently growing number of US voters oppose Obama's policies.

Brown's victory was nationally significant because it removed the Democrats' filibuster proof, 60-man super-majority in the Senate. With Brown as the 41st Republican senator, the minority party can now muster the votes to block legislation from being called to a vote before the full Senate and so prevent laws from being passed.

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Love of the Land: The perils of presidential failure

Love of the Land: Amanpour's Impulse: Smear Israel

Amanpour's Impulse: Smear Israel

Andrea Levin
CAMERA Media Analysis
21 January '10

CNN's Christiane Amanpour can't seem to help herself. Whatever the subject of the program, she's inclined to inject mention of Israel and its alleged myriad faults. An interview with Tibet's revered Dalai Lama prompted her to insert jarring comparisons of Tibet and the Palestinian "nakba." (Though with no musings on the absence of Tibetan suicide bombers.)

It happened again on January 20, 2010 while she was engaged in a heated on-air exchange involving Marc Thiessen and Philippe Sands about American use of waterboarding in interrogating illegal combatants. Thiessen claimed waterboarding doesn't constitute torture and that valuable information had been gained by the CIA through the use of enhanced interrogation techniques that prevented terror attacks. Sands countered that waterboarding does constitute torture and is ineffectual in eliciting information from prisoners.

Then, quoting directly from her statements in a previous CNN segment, Thiessen charged Amanpour with spreading false information in comparing American interrogation methods with those of the genocidal regime of the Khmer Rouge at its infamous S-21 camp where prisoners were handcuffed and submerged in water-filled metal boxes during interrogation, and where thousands died. Thiessen argued that U.S. methods caused no harm or pain to the prisoner. Hearing her own words quoted back at her and bluntly characterized as false, Amanpour became visibly agitated and uncomfortable. In the tense back and forth focused on American handling of interrogation, Amanpour abruptly and incongruously injected Israel into the debate. Here's the clip, followed by an excerpt from the transcript:

(See video and transcript)

Love of the Land: Amanpour's Impulse: Smear Israel

Love of the Land: Is Israel’s Safety No Longer a Western Interest?

Is Israel’s Safety No Longer a Western Interest?

Evelyn Gordon
22 January '10
Posted before Shabbat

A senior Hamas leader reportedly told a British emissary yesterday that Hamas is ready to amend its charter calling for Israel’s destruction and recognize Israel’s right to exist. A breakthrough? Unfortunately, no. But the real bad news is the emissary’s response.

What Palestinian parliament speaker Aziz Dwaik told major Labour Party donor David Martin Abrahams is clearly eyebrow-raising. Just last month, Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh told a rally in Gaza that “our goal is Palestine, all of Palestine” — which, in Palestinian parlance, includes all of Israel. So was Dwaik speaking without authorization, or has Hamas’s stance really shifted radically since December?

Actually, neither, as the Jerusalem Post’s report makes clear: Dwaik said he was merely reiterating Hamas’s well-known support for a Palestinian state in the pre-1967 lines. What he neglected to mention is that this support has always come with two caveats: first, Israel must agree to absorb millions of descendants of Palestinian refugees, thereby eradicating the Jewish state demographically; and second, in exchange, Israel would get not a peace agreement, but a long-term truce — meaning that if death by demography failed to materialize, Hamas reserved the right to resume trying to finish Israel off militarily.

Needless to say, none of this bothered Abrahams, who is scheduled to brief British Foreign Secretary David Miliband on his meeting this weekend. He said he would urge Miliband to “consider the implications of Hamas’s positive overtures” and was “very excited” about facilitating dialogue between Hamas and the international community. “I’m prepared to give them [Hamas] a chance because I’ve got faith and confidence in Dwaik and Haniyeh,” he gushed. “We can’t allow 1.5 million to be festering in the Gaza Strip while the majority of them are good and well-educated.”

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Love of the Land: Is Israel’s Safety No Longer a Western Interest?

Love of the Land: Muslim-Jews lost in the no-man's-land of identity

Muslim-Jews lost in the no-man's-land of identity

Point of No Return
21 January '10
Posted before Shabbat

A new comedy film called The Infidel is creating a sensation in the British press: it is about a British Muslim who, in a matter of minutes, discovers he was adopted and that he was born Jewish. Why is the film considered so controversial, even outrageous? In the West, Jews and Muslims are seen as polar opposites, eternal adversaries. To put them both together in the same script seems guaranteed to offend members of both religions.

In fact a Muslim who discovers he's a Jew is not as outlandish as it sounds. There is the case of the Jew from Kuwait. The Jewish girl brought up by her Muslim neighbours after her family abandoned her in their chaotic exodus from Egypt. The Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi's Jewish grandmother makes him a Halachic Jew. Mixed families are known to live in Kurdistan, Egypt and Lebanon. Thousands of Muslim Yemenis are dimly aware of their Jewish roots. One Jewish convert was even President of North Yemen.

Traditionally, the two communities kept apart in the Middle East, and intermarriage has always been rare. But the mass flight Jews from Arab countries has left behind a number of Muslim-Jews in the no-man's land of identity.

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Love of the Land: Muslim-Jews lost in the no-man's-land of identity

Love of the Land: Over Confident

Over Confident

Marc Prowisor
Yesha Views
22 January '10
Posted before Shabbat

In President Obama’s recent interview to Time magazine, many media outlets translated the Presidents feelings to that he felt “over confident” regarding the Middle East Peace Process. I don’t think I would use the word “over confident”, I would change it to ”wrong”.

A quote from the article -

“I think it is absolutely true that what we did this year didn't produce the kind of breakthrough that we wanted, and if we had anticipated some of these political problems on both sides earlier, we might not have raised expectations as high”.

I think I would translate this as “ we failed because we didn’t study the conflict and history of the region, furthermore we have no idea or understanding regarding the Arab world”.

I do not blame the President for these mistakes, after all he hires “experts” to delve into this arena. Of course this team of “experts” he is working with have one of the worst records regarding Israel since the rebirth of the Jewish State. Maybe the fact that they are not objective, or are straight out supporters of the Arab nations has something to do with it, or maybe their negative attitude towards Israel? Wait, I could be wrong, he did hire these guys, so I guess I do blame him. But he can still make things right and hire people who do understand.

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Love of the Land: Over Confident

Responding to Goldstone?

Responding to Goldstone?

Sometime soon the IDF's response to the Goldstone Report will be made public. At which time I'll read it and comment on it. Together, we'll see who else reads it, and who rejects it unread.
Originally posted by Yaacov Lozowick's Ruminations

The Torah Revolution: Orly Azoulay's Traitorous Mentality

The Torah Revolution: Orly Azoulay's Traitorous Mentality

RubinReports: The Obama Administration Learns the Basic Lesson on the Israel-Palestinian Issue

The Obama Administration Learns the Basic Lesson on the Israel-Palestinian Issue

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By Barry Rubin

In contrast to its refusal to change course on Iran, the Obama administration has learned something about Israel-Palestinian peacemaking, conclusions clearly expressed in the government’s new talking points.

First, President Barack Obama stated recently that his administration had overestimated its ability to get the two sides into meaningful peace talks. Blaming both parties equally, Obama said the problem is that neither Israel nor the Palestinians were ready to take the bold steps necessary to succeed.

This is a recognition of reality and about the best that could be expected. Of course, it maintains a determined evenhandedness, failing to hint at the easily demonstrable fact that it was the Palestinians who were not interested in making any compromises, even refusing to come to the table at all. But evenhandedness is welcome from an administration that originally seemed set to become the most anti-Israel presidency in history.

The new perspective, at least its public version, does not note the administration’s own responsibility in raising Palestinian expectations that Washington would abandon Israel and give them everything they wanted. Two key points here were the administration’s early bashing of Israel combined with the silly obsession about freezing construction on settlements. The Obama administration also has repeatedly told the Palestinians that they “deserve” a state with no indication that they would have to earn it.

But as I said, this is the best to be expected.

The words of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should be studied carefully on this matter as it points out the administration’s future plans. These can be summed up as: remaining active (and continually calling attention to their activity, however minor) but doing relatively little in real terms.

This new line is being framed always with the awareness of how the Obama administration blamed its predecessor for not doing enough. Ironically, the new policy is effectively an admission that the aforementioned predecessor in the White House couldn’t have achieved more if he had used greater zeal on the issue, which was precisely the same conclusion reached by that other president’s team.

Thus, Hillary takes a swipe at George Bush even while adopting his interpretation:

“We believe that this is a situation that deserves constant, persistent attention; that the absence of such attention perhaps created some of the difficulties that we are now encountering.”

It’s pretty funny to deconstruct this statement: We were too optimistic and our expectations were too high; we tried really hard and got nothing. But the reason we didn’t get anything is because the people in office before us didn’t also set expectations too high, try really hard, and get nothing!

Ok, now let’s focus on the future. Clinton continued:

"But ultimately…this has to be between the Israelis and the Palestinians. The United States, the UK, the EU, the Arab League, everyone can work together to try to create the conditions for a resolution of the outstanding issues between the Israelis and the Palestinians, but at the end of the day, they must make that decision."

Isn’t this what the Clinton and Bush administrations concluded? Well, it’s good that the Obama administration has learned this lesson.

So what are they going to do? Clinton lays out the framework: "We are going to continue to do everything we can to create an environment in which that is possible.” In other words, have lots of talks and present ideas which continually fail but at least show they are trying.

Of course, what’s left out is the missing element which might allow at least for some minimal progress: put real pressure on the Palestinian Authority to make some compromises. But that isn’t going to happen. And so we return to business as usual.

RubinReports: The Obama Administration Learns the Basic Lesson on the Israel-Palestinian Issue

A Soldier's Mother: And the Miracles Continue

A Soldier's Mother: And the Miracles Continue

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