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Political Posturing and Rhetoric

Reader comment on item: Assessing Binyamin Netanyahu's Speech at Bar-Ilan University

Submitted by Kafirist (United States), Jun 14, 2009 at 17:39

Like Obama's speech in Cairo, Netanyahu's speech is just more rhetoric and posturing. Why do we lend any credence to what polticians have to say? PC is everything to a politician.

I'm sure Netanyahu knows the following will never happen:

"a fundamental prerequisite for ending the conflict is a public, binding and unequivocal Palestinian recognition of Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people."

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