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- Rabin and Arafat at the White House
- By Mark A. Bruzonsky, Mid-East Realities,
13 September 1993. Skepticism about the post-Camp David
and post-Gulf War 'peace process.' The terms of the agreement
at the White House this time were in fact essentially a
Palestinian surrender, regardless of all the hoopla.
- Two Quaker peace organizations urge President
Clinton to bring Jerusalem into current Middle East discussion
- News Release by American Friends Service Committee, 23 February
1995. Five broad principles of fairness and equity that should
guide a settlement on Jerusalem.
- 'Antiterror' Summit Props Zionism
- By Candace Wagner and Maurice Williams, in the The Militant, 1 April 1996. Clinton's
Sharm el Sheik summit of March 13, following suicide bombing,
aiming to beef up US-Israel military and security agreements.
- Iran = Nazi Germany: Israel & U.S. pursue
new world domination in the Middle East
- By Mark Bruzonsky, Mid-East Realities,
3 May 1996. Shortly after appointing the head of the
Israeli-sponsored think-tank to the National Security Council,
dual-containment: next in line after
Libya, Iraq, Hamas, Hizballah, and Lebanon, is Iran. More
accurately described as a
new world domination,
containment has so far not been completely successful and
both the Israelis and the Saudis are nervous.
New Initiative That Isn't
- By Phyllis Bennis, in Salam Review,
September 1997. U.S. envoy Dennis Ross' recent trip reflects a
newly-overt endorsement of the April 1997 call by Netanyahu to
abandon the Oslo Accords'
interim negotiations and move
instead directly to the
final status talks.
- Madeleine's tour for Israel; Verbal genuflection
from the Saudis
- Editorial, Mid-East Review, 16
September 1997. Wherever she went Madeleine Albright acted more
like the Foreign Minister of Israel than the Secretary of State
of the U.S. Amidst her vilifications about
were only a few toothless words about a
Israeli settlements, although it is American money these past
30 years that has paid for them!
- Falwell, Baptists pledge to resist Israeli
settlement pullout: Netanyahu meets with Christian religious leaders
during D.C. visit
- American Atheists, 23 January 1998.
In the midst of peace negotiations involving an Israeli troop
withdrawal from certain areas of the west bank, American
fundamentalistsled by Jerry Falwell and key members of
the Southern Baptist Conventionhave vowed to prevent any
plan for restricting or dismantling the controversial Jewish
housing settlementsa flash point of contention.
- U.S. not neutral in Palestinian-Israeli conflict
- By Richard Becker, Workers World, 12
February 1998.the U.S. government provides billions of dollars
a year in critical military and economic aid to Israel.
Washington has provided Israel with the most deadly high-tech
weapons, including nuclear bombs. The U.S. stance has been to
shift the entire negotiation process even further toward the
Israeli position. The United States and Israel are working
together to undermine the emergence of a Palestinian state.
- Zionism, U.S. Imperialism and the Major Jewish
- By Dave Silver, 9 October 2000. A full page ad in the N.Y. Times
by the Congress of Major Jewish Organizations urges Jews to
express their solidarity with Israel. Not one word from these
American Jews concerning the neo-fascist and former Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon for his provocative act of visiting a
Muslim holy shrinethe spark that lit up years of anger,
frustration, and oppression over Israeli checkpoints and clerical
- Mandela: U.S. not impartial peacemaker in Mideast
- Reuters, 1 June 2001. Former South African President Nelson
Mandela said the United States was not an impartial peacemaker
in the Middle East and a multi-national initiative was needed
to end the violence. Everybody knows the United States is a
friend of Israel.