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Jaw-dropper

Reader comment on item: My Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations

Submitted by Mark Roth (United States), Apr 13, 2007 at 07:54

I just read Martin Indyk's jaw-dropping comments to D Pipes at the hearing in which Indyk praised Mahmoud Abbas.

His ignorance of Abbas is simply stunning, bordering on the delusional. It can readily be found what Abbas is truly about. Indyk is intellectually unfit to order lunch at a fast food restaurant. If he is representative of our leadership, we are in deeper trouble than I imagined. I would never have been one to advocate revolution, but a revolution at the ballot-box is clearly in order.

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