Department of State – A systematic Blunderer

Ynet , October 30, 2000

Israel's pre-1993 Israeli prime ministers defied US pressure to withdraw to the 1949 Lines ("with cosmetic changes"). On the other hand, Prime Minister Barak persists - like the other post-1993 Israeli prime ministers – to implement the US Department of State policy, which is bleeding and crumbling by the day.  Barak considers the Department of State as a luminary, in spite of its failing track record in the Middle East.

Barak – A Systematic Blunderer

Ynet , October 16, 2000

Prime Minister Barak arrived to the 2000 Sharem-A-Sheikh Summit as a negotiator whose red lines are routinely transformed into pink lines, whose dependency on the US has deepened.

But, Arafat is a partner for peace…

Ynet, October 10, 2000

Contrary to Prime Minister Barak's expectations, Arafat has concluded a series of PLO-Hamas understandings, starting three days following the signing of the 1993 Oslo Accord, which temporarily ended PLO-Hamas battles.

But Assad is an honorable man

Jerusalem Post, Opinion Section, December 28, 1999 Prime Minister Barak has claimed that Assad is an honorable man. Barak has given the public a false sense of security in order to facilitate a total withdrawal from the Golan Heights.

Presumptuous Proposal - US troops on the Golan Heights

Jerusalem Post, Opinion Section, June 26, 1994

Involving US troops in an Israeli-Syrian peace agreement is not just a suggestion floating somewhere between Jerusalem and Washington.  Congressman Lee Hamilton, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, recently indicated that a US survey is already underway to determine the specific locations of a US peacekeeping force on the Golan. The survey's underlying assumption is that Israel will evacuate the whole Golan.

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