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  • Now, with his recent coddling of Syria and Iran, refusing to support the uprisings in those two nations and his encouragement of the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, my view is that he is terminally anti-Israel, following in the footsteps of his mentor and friend Rashid Khalidi, holder of the Edward Said chair at Columbia University.

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  • "It's just not clear yet how it is going to turn out," said Rashid Khalidi, a Palestinian-American professor of Arab studies at New York's Columbia University. "It's early ... I wouldn't say that it's not necessarily going to be successful in Yemen, or Syria."

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