- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 17, 2010


Where the Middle East is concerned, we have to be able to read between the lines. The latest interesting clue lies in the Obama administration’s offer to “quash” perceived anti-Israel United Nations resolutions over the coming year if Israel comes to the bargaining table.

This seems to imply that there will be a new U.N. resolution backed by economic sanctions that the U.S. won’t quash if Israel remains bellicose and intransigent. President Obama is using a very nice carrot and a very big stick to persuade Israel to do what needs to be done: Trade land for peace.


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