Category: Peace Process

Making Nice to Mubarak

Aug 17, 2009

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Is it any wonder that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visited Washington davka when Congress was out of session?

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Saudi Sanctimony

Jul 8, 2009

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If His Royal Solicitude, King Abdullah, really wanted to lead the Arab world towards peace with Israel, he could find a way or two to express his “moderation” more clearly and make things happen. But no. The sang-froid Saudis always seem to hew to a self-serving p.r. minimum.

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To Arafat’s health

Jul 7, 2002

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As long as Arafat continues on his way, Israel has no reason to transfer title in the territories to any Palestinian authority.

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Make Mubarak Sweat

Dec 6, 1998

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Congress should hint to Mubarak that there are costs to Egyptian bellicosity towards Israel.

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The boycott business

Oct 24, 1993

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, October 24, 1993.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Anti-Defamation League’s Israel Office.
WITH the peace process well under way and Israel …

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Battle of the boycott

Apr 29, 1993

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, April 29, 1993.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Anti-Defamation League’s Israel Office.
THE Arab economic boycott of Israel, long neglected, is …

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