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Appeasement in words not deeds?

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Submitted by Ivan Barna (United States), Mar 4, 2003 at 21:51

Wouldn't it be great if the State Department's (and the EU's and UN's) appeasement were just empty words to please the Arab world and not actual deeds? Then President Bush (and the EU and UN) could consistently do the "right" thing and lean on the Arab world instead of Israel to take care of the Palestinian problem they originally caused and have made it so much worse since. After 9/11, President Bush is the "right" man and he shouldn't have to play the appeasement game.
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