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Something wrong with Indyk's soul

Reader comment on item: Middle East Debate: Should Washington Actively Promote an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Settlement?

Submitted by Captainmike (United States), May 13, 2003 at 00:15

Indyk appears intent on repeating the failure of Oslo. He's vague with a fondness for pointing out larger contexts of questionable relevance.

Most troubling to me is his willingness to persue diplomacy in the form of concessions from Israel without first having protracted periods of non-violence from the Palestinians. This demonstrates a weakness in this man's soul, a failure of intellect on the most basic level of reasoning and understanding of human nature.

That one is willing to wager the lives of others on failed policies of recent history is most sickening.

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