Posts Tagged “Tzipi Livni”

Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem

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Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem

Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem Controversy over Salam Fayyad’s appointment as a UN deputy for Libya reflects fundamental weakness of the U.S. Approach to the Middle East. But it also exposes the hypocrisies of the pro-Arab and pro-Palestinian critics who profess anger over the snub By Ray Hanania When Salam Fayyad was Prime Minister…

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HANANIA: As Israelis fight to claim victory, the peace process takes its final gasps, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 02-12-09

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As Israelis fight to claim victory, the peace process takes its final gasps By Ray Hanania — Why am I not surprised that both the leader on the left and the leader on the right have claimed victory in Israel’s elections this week? Tzipi Livni Israeli Foreign Minister and head of the Kadima Party, a more conservative…

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HANANIA: Israel’s Gaza War backfires strengthening Israeli extremists in Tuesday’s elections, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 02-06-09

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Israel’s Gaza assault backfires and strengthens Israeli extremists By Ray Hanania — No one will really know why Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert decided to attack the Gaza Strip on November 4, 2008, but if his purpose was to strengthen his party in the face of Israel’s growing public extremism, it failed.

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HANANIA: Obama’s growing pro-Israel cabinet should not worry allies of just peace, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 11-07-08

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Obama’s Growing Pro-Israel Cabinet Should Not Worry Allies of Just Peace By Ray Hanania — Like all Arab Americans, I was disturbed when Barack Obama selected U.S. Senator Joseph Biden as his running mate. Biden’s appointment was clearly intended as a signal to put Jewish American and pro-Israel voters at ease. It was designed to…

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HANANIA: The problem with “road maps,” For Immediate Release, 11-03-07

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The problem with roadmaps By Ray Hanania — After several trips to Jerusalem over the past year, I have come to realize that the term “roadmap” is not exactly the best way to describe a mission to achieve anything, let alone peace. When it comes to making or following roadmaps, Palestinians and Israelis can’t drive….

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