Thursday, January 20, 2011

More Demands in the Middle East

This time from Israel, but don't hold your breath. They may break diplomatic relations with the P.A., but the chances of the U.S. agreeing to stop providing foreign aid to the P.A. are about as equivalent to a camel going through the eye of a needle these days.

However, the request points to something very serious. As long as the U.S. is playing both sides against the middle (whatever that is), nothing really significant will happen towards peace. Perhaps it's time for the U.S. to "pick an ally; any ally, in this matter" and then let the chips fall where they may -- for them, the ally they pick, and the ally they don't pick.

But, gee, I forgot. This is "diplomatic politics" at its best. And yes, I know that some will write me directly and say "whom should they pick, surely not Israel?" Okay, fine. Others will think differently. The point I'm making is they need to pick. God, one way or another, will take care of the rest.

But you read and draw your own conclusions to this everlasting saga.

Lieberman: We will ask US to stop foreign aid to PA


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