Now Obama scrapes Camp David
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Submitted by Art, Aug 22, 2012 07:55
Ignoring US commitments to Israel once again, Obama/Hillary are allowing Egypt to violate yet another obligation of Camp David, to go with oil/gas supplies, normalization of relations, etc. And to make matters worse, the monitors no longer function. Remember 1967? Obama demanded that Israel surrender the Golan to Assad, who Obama considered a Western looking ruler. Does anyone believe that Obama can be trusted to honor any guarantee in a PA peace?
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|Changes are caused by the changes in Cairo [401 words]||Jerry Blaz||Aug 22, 2012 18:55|
|⇒ Now Obama scrapes Camp David [72 words]||Art||Aug 22, 2012 07:55|
|Israel mustn't allow Egypt to unilaterally void obligations to their own advantage [99 words]||Raymond in DC||Aug 20, 2012 22:55|
|Trust and confidence [236 words]||Hans||Aug 20, 2012 18:10|
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