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TRANSCRIPT - President George W. Bush Middle East statement, April 4, 2001
MSNBC ^ | 4-4-02 | George W. Bush

Posted on 04/04/2002 8:05:19 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer

President George W. Bush
Middle East statement

Thursday, April 4, 2002
Good morning.
       During the course of one week, the situation in the Middle East has deteriorated dramatically.
       Last Wednesday, my special envoy, Anthony Zinni, reported to me that we were on the verge of a cease-fire agreement that would have spared Palestinian and Israeli lives. That hope fell away when a terrorist attacked a group of innocent people in a Netanya hotel, killing many men and women in what is a mounting toll of terror. In the days since, the world has watched with growing concern the horror of bombings and burials and the stark picture of tanks in the street. Across the world, people are grieving for Israelis and Palestinians who have lost their lives.
       When an 18-year-old Palestinian girl is induced to blow herself up, and in the process kills a 17-year-old Israeli girl, the future itself is dying, the future of the Palestinian people and the future of the Israeli people. We mourn the dead and we mourn the damage done to the hope of peace, the hope of Israel’s and Israelis’ desire for a Jewish state at peace with its neighbors; the hope of the Palestinian people to build their own independent state.
       Terror must be stopped. No nation can negotiate with terrorists, for there is no way to make peace with those whose only goal is death.
       This could be a hopeful moment in the Middle East. The proposal of Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, supported by the Arab League, has put a number of countries in the Arab world closer than ever to recognizing Israel’s right to exist. The United States is on record supporting the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people for a Palestinian state. Israel has recognized the goal of a Palestinian state. The outlines of a just settlement are clear: two states, Israel and Palestine, living side by side in peace and security. This can be a time for hope, but it calls for leadership, not for terror.
       Since September the 11th, I’ve delivered this message: Everyone must choose; you’re either with the civilized world or you’re with the terrorists. All in the Middle East also must choose, and must move decisively in word and deed against terrorist acts.
       The chairman of the Palestinian Authority has not consistently opposed or confronted terrorists.
       At Oslo and elsewhere, Chairman Arafat renounced terror as an instrument of his cause, and he agreed to control it. He’s not done so. The situation in which he finds himself today is largely of his own making. He’s missed his opportunities and thereby betrayed the hopes of the people he is supposed to lead.
       Given his failure, the Israeli government feels it must strike at terrorist networks that are killing its citizens. Yet Israel must understand that its response to these recent attacks is only a temporary measure. All parties have their own responsibilities, and all parties owe it to their own people to act.
       We all know today’s situation runs the risk of aggravating long- term bitterness and undermining relationships that are critical to any hope of peace. I call on the Palestinian people, the Palestinian Authority, and our friends in the Arab world to join us in delivering a clear message to terrorists. Blowing yourself up does not help the Palestinian cause. To the contrary, suicide bombing missions could well blow up the best and only hope for a Palestinian state.
       All states must keep their promise, made in a vote in the United Nations, to actively oppose terror in all its forms. No nation can pick and choose its terrorist friends. I call on the Palestinian Authority and all governments in the region to do everything in their power to stop terrorist activities, to disrupt terrorist financing, and to stop inciting violence by glorifying terror in state-owned media or telling suicide bombers they are martyrs.
       They’re not martyrs. They’re murderers. And they undermine the cause of the Palestinian people. Those governments, like Iraq, that reward parents for the sacrifice of their children are guilty of soliciting murder of the worst kind. All who care about the Palestinian people should join in condemning and acting against groups like al-Aqsa, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and all the groups which oppose the peace process and seek the destruction of Israel.
       The recent Arab League support of Crown Prince Abdullah’s initiative for peace is promising, is hopeful, because it acknowledges Israel’s right to exist. And it raises the hope of sustained, constructive Arab involvement in the search for peace. This builds on a tradition of visionary leadership begun by President Sadat and King Hussein and carried forward by President Mubarak and King Abdullah.
       Now other Arab states must rise to this occasion and accept Israel as a nation and as a neighbor. Peace with Israel is the only avenue to prosperity and success for a new Palestinian state. The Palestinian people deserve peace and an opportunity to better their lives.
       They need their closest neighbor, Israel, to be an economic partner, not a mortal enemy. They deserve a government that respects human rights and a government that focuses on their needs — education and health care — rather than feeding their resentments.
       It is not enough for Arab nations to defend the Palestinian cause; they must truly help the Palestinian people by seeking peace and fighting terror and promoting development.
       Israel faces hard choices of its own. Its government has supported the creation of a Palestinian state that is not a haven for terrorism. Yet Israel also must recognize that such a state needs to be politically and economically viable. Consistent with the Mitchell plan, Israeli settlement activity in occupied territories must stop, and the occupation must end through withdrawal to secure and recognized boundaries, consistent with United Nations Resolutions 242 and 338. Ultimately, this approach should be the basis of agreements between Israel and Syria, and Israel and Lebanon.
       Israel should also show a respect, a respect for and concern about the dignity of the Palestinian people who are and will be their neighbors. It is crucial to distinguish between the terrorists and ordinary Palestinians seeking to provide for their own families. The Israeli government should be compassionate at checkpoints and border crossings, sparing innocent Palestinians daily humiliation. Israel should take immediate action to ease closures and allow peaceful people to go back to work.
       Israel is facing a terrible and serious challenge. For seven days, it has acted to root out terrorist nests. America recognizes Israel’s right to defend itself from terror. Yet to lay the foundations of future peace, I ask Israel to halt incursions into Palestinian-controlled areas and begin the withdrawal from those cities it has recently occupied. I speak as a committed friend of Israel; I speak out of a concern for its long-term security, the security that will come with a genuine peace.
       As Israel steps back, responsible Palestinian leaders and Israel’s Arab neighbors must step forward and show the world that they are truly on the side of peace. The choice and the burden will be theirs.
       The world expects an immediate cease-fire, immediate resumption of security cooperation with Israel against terrorism, an immediate order to crack down on terrorist networks. I expect better leadership and I expect results.
       These are the elements of peace in the Middle East, and now we must build the road to those goals. Decades of bitter experience teach a clear lesson: Progress is impossible when nations emphasize their grievances and ignore their opportunities. The storms of violence cannot go on. Enough is enough.
       And to those who would try to use the current crisis as an opportunity to widen the conflict: Stay out. Iran’s arms shipments and support for terror fuel the fire of conflict in the Middle East, and it must stop. Syria has spoken out against al Qaida; we expect it to act against Hamas and Hezbollah as well. It’s time for Iran to focus on meeting its own people’s aspirations for freedom, and for Syria to decide which side of the war against terror it is on.
       The world finds itself at a critical moment. This is a conflict that can widen or an opportunity we can seize. And so I’ve decided to send Secretary of State Powell to the region next week to seek broad international support for the vision I’ve outlaid today. As a step in this process, he will work to implement United Nations Resolution 1402, an immediate and meaningful cease-fire, an end of terror and violence and incitement, withdrawal of Israeli troops from Palestinian cities, including Ramallah; implementation of the already agreed-upon Tenet and Mitchell plans, which will lead to a political settlement.
       I have no illusions; we have no illusions about the difficulty of the issues that lie ahead.
       Yet our nations’ resolve is strong. America’s committed to ending this conflict and beginning an era of peace. We know this is possible because in our lifetimes we have seen an end to conflicts that no one thought could end. We’ve seen fierce enemies let go of long histories of strife and anger. America itself counts former adversaries as trusted friends — Germany and Japan and now Russia. Conflict is not inevitable. Distrust need not be permanent. Peace is possible when we break free of old patterns and habits of hatred.
       The violence and grief that trouble the Holy Land have been among the great tragedies of our time. The Middle East has often been left behind in the political and economic advancement of the world. That is the history of the region, but it need not and must not be its fate. The Middle East could write a new story of trade and development and democracy, and we stand ready to help. Yet this progress can only come in an atmosphere of peace, and the United States will work for all the children of Abraham to know the benefits of peace.
       Thank you very much.


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1 posted on 04/04/2002 8:05:19 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Here comes the tide of analysts. Thanks for the post...
2 posted on 04/04/2002 8:07:28 AM PST by eureka!
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To: eureka!
WAY TO GO, MR. PRESIDENT.
3 posted on 04/04/2002 8:13:36 AM PST by hawaiian
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Seems to me he's gotten a look at a couple of the documents, and he's probably sending Powell to take a longer, more thorough look over them.

Yassir Arafat is running out of time, IMHO.

4 posted on 04/04/2002 8:13:46 AM PST by hchutch
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To: Oldeconomybuyer; victoria delsoul; sabertooth
Here's my paraphrasing:

Bush: Israel--pull out of the occupied territories. Palestinians--stop blowing yourselves up. If you don't stop after Israel has pulled out and shown that they're making an effort, I'm giving Israel the green light to wipe your sorry asses off the face of the earth.

Hey I can dream.

5 posted on 04/04/2002 8:14:52 AM PST by Sir Gawain
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Note that Sharon has until next week to finish.

Also I found it very good that he called Syria, Iran, and Iraq on the carpet.

I don't know about the settlements...I am not up to speed on that issue and how important they really are to the Israeli people as a whole.

Pretty strong, and I bet they already have something going on or Powell wouldn't be sent over there.

6 posted on 04/04/2002 8:16:13 AM PST by Miss Marple
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To: hawaiian
I agree. It really is amazing the number of Freepers who think that Sharon did not know about, and give the green light, for this request, having accomplished the destruction of the PA's two major compounds, gathering priceless intel and proof and otherwise taking the most aggressive action in years. It got to a boiling point and Sharon saw that and agreed. W betrayed no one...
7 posted on 04/04/2002 8:17:13 AM PST by eureka!
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
The chairman of the Palestinian Authority has not consistently opposed or confronted terrorists.

Half truth. The whole truth is that he has supported, equipped, trained, and supplied terrorists. Arafat is firmly on the side of the terrorists, and the longer official U.S. policy ignores that, the worse off the Middle East will be. Therefore, I don't think Bush's speech is terribly helpful to the cause of peace in the Middle East.

8 posted on 04/04/2002 8:17:26 AM PST by freedomcrusader
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To: Lazamataz
Laz, here is the transcript.
9 posted on 04/04/2002 8:17:27 AM PST by Miss Marple
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
L E A D E R S H I P !
10 posted on 04/04/2002 8:18:03 AM PST by mardler
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
L E A D E R S H I P !
11 posted on 04/04/2002 8:18:04 AM PST by mardler
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To: hchutch
From President Bush:

"Since September the 11th, I’ve delivered this message: Everyone must choose; you’re either with the civilized world or you’re with the terrorists. All in the Middle East also must choose, and must move decisively in word and deed against terrorist acts.
       The chairman of the Palestinian Authority has not consistently opposed or confronted terrorists.
       At Oslo and elsewhere, Chairman Arafat renounced terror as an instrument of his cause, and he agreed to control it. He’s not done so. The situation in which he finds himself today is largely of his own making. He’s missed his opportunities and thereby betrayed the hopes of the people he is supposed to lead.
       Given his failure, the Israeli government feels it must strike at terrorist networks that are killing its citizens.
Yet Israel must understand that its response to these recent attacks is only a temporary measure. All parties have their own responsibilities, and all parties owe it to their own people to act."

12 posted on 04/04/2002 8:18:54 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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To: hchutch
btt
13 posted on 04/04/2002 8:19:19 AM PST by GailA
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Excellent speech. I bet the Arab league is peeing their pants right now.
14 posted on 04/04/2002 8:19:32 AM PST by rintense
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To: mardler
L E A D E R S H I P !

No, Gravitas !

15 posted on 04/04/2002 8:20:57 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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To: Sir Gawain
Sounds OK to me...
Sure wish he'd added the "get your sorry asses off any church property you've decided to "take refuge in" - or else" part.
17 posted on 04/04/2002 8:22:35 AM PST by norton
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Israeli settlement activity into occupied territories?
18 posted on 04/04/2002 8:23:40 AM PST by RamsNo1
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To: Sir Gawain
I call on the Palestinian Authority and all governments in the region to do everything in their power to stop terrorist activities, to disrupt terrorist financing, and to stop inciting violence by glorifying terror in state-owned media or telling suicide bombers they are martyrs. They’re not martyrs. They’re murderers. And they undermine the cause of the Palestinian people.

Bump!!!

19 posted on 04/04/2002 8:24:05 AM PST by Victoria Delsoul
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Good speech..but the news of the day is that Bush asked Israel to end it's mssion, well I guess its time to wrap up the US war too....
Just look at these news headlines:
Bush calls on Israel to stop incursions into PA areas -Haaretz
Bush Calls on Israel to Stop Incursions -Drudge
Bush Urges Israel to End Offensive -AP
20 posted on 04/04/2002 8:25:22 AM PST by newsperson999
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
I liked the speech

It reads much better than people here seem to think

Bush wants to diffuse, divide and conquer

Also, sending Colin Cancer powell is perfect since the media will never their boy 'fail'

After this sutuation is diffused, we can then go after iraq

21 posted on 04/04/2002 8:25:35 AM PST by fooman
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To: newsperson999
alt
U.S. President George W. Bush

Gravitas !


22 posted on 04/04/2002 8:26:15 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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To: eureka!
It's simple - Bush has given Sharon a face-saving way to withdraw. A brilliant 'strategery'!
23 posted on 04/04/2002 8:28:08 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
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To: edmund929
STOP SPAMMING.
24 posted on 04/04/2002 8:29:02 AM PST by Howlin
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To: newsperson999
Interesting their choices of headlines. I have read the speech a couple of times now and it is decidedly directed at the Palestinians and the Arabs. I see a serious reprimand and a warning to the Arab nations. He also called Arafat a failure.

Rush is hammering on the Israeli angle too.

25 posted on 04/04/2002 8:29:56 AM PST by Wphile
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Decades of bitter experience teach a clear lesson: Progress is impossible when nations emphasize their grievances and ignore their opportunities.

True of every individual on the face of the earth as well as every nation. This is a beautifully crafted speech. I hope everyone hears it and reads it.

26 posted on 04/04/2002 8:30:08 AM PST by PoisedWoman
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To: newsperson999
Good speech..but the news of the day is that Bush asked Israel to end it's mssion

Exactly WHEN did the people here start believing the press?????

27 posted on 04/04/2002 8:30:20 AM PST by Howlin
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Yep. The boiling point was being reached....
28 posted on 04/04/2002 8:30:24 AM PST by eureka!
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
Thanks for posting the transcript. It's good to know what he really said.
29 posted on 04/04/2002 8:30:25 AM PST by Ward Smythe
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To: PoisedWoman
MSNBC is rerunning the speech at 12:30 EST

30 posted on 04/04/2002 8:31:11 AM PST by Howlin
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To: Oldeconomybuyer; Sir Gawain; Victoria Delsoul; harpseal; Travis McGee; mae west; poor muttly...
To the contrary, suicide bombing missions could well blow up the best and only hope for a Palestinian state.

This is actually a very hopeful statement.

Perhaps soon, we'll recognize the legitmate purpose for Jordan's existence isn't to be a haven for Saudi-displaced Hashemites...

Because Jordan is actually Palestine.




31 posted on 04/04/2002 8:31:20 AM PST by Sabertooth
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To: Howlin
Latest reports IDF to end its mission in 72 hours.......a far cry form the 4-8 weeks they were saying just yesterday..Bush pressured them
32 posted on 04/04/2002 8:31:21 AM PST by newsperson999
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To: newsperson999
Even though Bush's call to Sharon is a pretty newsworthy part is his message (though it may be a politically calculated one), these headlines miss the central point of the message - that Arafat & the Palestinian terrorist groups, as well as their supporters in Iran & Syria, have been called to task for their duplicity.

Being president often requires diplomatic language. But this seems like a strong message nonetheless.

33 posted on 04/04/2002 8:32:12 AM PST by sanchmo
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
And to those who would try to use the current crisis as an opportunity to widen the conflict: Stay out.

That's pretty clear.

34 posted on 04/04/2002 8:32:24 AM PST by Steve1789
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To: newsperson999
You just will not give it up, will you?
35 posted on 04/04/2002 8:32:27 AM PST by Howlin
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To: newsperson999
Somehow, this transcript doesn't sound quite like what I envisioned after reading your thread.
36 posted on 04/04/2002 8:32:49 AM PST by Dales
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To: newsperson999
Good speech..but the news of the day is that Bush asked Israel to end it's mission, well I guess its time to wrap up the US war too....

Yes, but at the same time, Powell doesn't get there until next week to get the parties to sign off. Israel could do a lot in the next seven or so days, and then agree to withdraw...

37 posted on 04/04/2002 8:33:45 AM PST by Ward Smythe
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To: newsperson999
Hmmmm, those match your bogus headline from the earlier thread you started on the same subject. How does it feel to be as "in touch" as the mainstream media? Especially now that you can read the whole speech.
38 posted on 04/04/2002 8:34:39 AM PST by Rokke
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
TX for posting. good speech; and we all know it'll take time to see how it fits with reality in the future.
39 posted on 04/04/2002 8:34:52 AM PST by 1234
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
. And to those who would try to use the current crisis as an opportunity to widen the conflict: Stay out.

Y'all hear me Sadam. I'm talkin' to ya.

Way to go Mr. President!

41 posted on 04/04/2002 8:37:50 AM PST by Attillathehon
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To: Sabertooth
I don't like this.

Yet to lay the foundations of future peace, I ask Israel to halt incursions into Palestinian-controlled areas and begin the withdrawal from those cities it has recently occupied. I speak as a committed friend of Israel; I speak out of a concern for its long-term security, the security that will come with a genuine peace. As Israel steps back, responsible Palestinian leaders and Israel's Arab neighbors must step forward and show the world that they are truly on the side of peace.

Responsible Palestinian leaders??? And why should Israel halt incursions when the Palestinians are attacking them?

42 posted on 04/04/2002 8:39:25 AM PST by Victoria Delsoul
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To: The Documentary Lady
Spamming is spamming. And so is taking it from thread to thread.
43 posted on 04/04/2002 8:39:42 AM PST by Howlin
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
"All who care about the Palestinian people should join in condemning and acting against groups like al-Aqsa, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and all the groups which oppose the peace process and seek the destruction of Israel."

And, this just in, missiles launched from Lebanon into Israel. Will the Lebanese authorities take action against those who launched them? If not the Lebanese, then is not Israel forced to defend themselves?

44 posted on 04/04/2002 8:40:04 AM PST by d14truth
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To: Victoria Delsoul
I don't think he means Arafat.
45 posted on 04/04/2002 8:40:23 AM PST by Howlin
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
The heart of the speech is in the following:

As Israel steps back, responsible Palestinian leaders and Israel’s Arab neighbors must step forward and show the world that they are truly on the side of peace. The choice and the burden will be theirs.

The world expects an immediate cease-fire, immediate resumption of security cooperation with Israel against terrorism, an immediate order to crack down on terrorist networks. I expect better leadership and I expect results.

These are the elements of peace in the Middle East, and now we must build the road to those goals. Decades of bitter experience teach a clear lesson: Progress is impossible when nations emphasize their grievances and ignore their opportunities. The storms of violence cannot go on. Enough is enough.

And to those who would try to use the current crisis as an opportunity to widen the conflict: Stay out. Iran’s arms shipments and support for terror fuel the fire of conflict in the Middle East, and it must stop. Syria has spoken out against al Qaida; we expect it to act against Hamas and Hezbollah as well. It’s time for Iran to focus on meeting its own people’s aspirations for freedom, and for Syria to decide which side of the war against terror it is on.

The world finds itself at a critical moment. This is a conflict that can widen or an opportunity we can seize.

The Israelis are again being asked to take risks for the hope of an agreement; the Palestinians are again told to live up to their word. But most importantly, the Islamic world is told to demand peace and provide the environment in which it can occur. And if they don't the conflict can widen. President Bush is taking a gamble but also informed Israel's enemies of the dangers of not cooperating.

46 posted on 04/04/2002 8:40:37 AM PST by Faraday
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...have been called to task for their duplicity...

I agree wholeheartedly. This is the real meat of the speech. Yes, the Israeli part is newsworthy for the moment but once the dust settles and the real analysis comes forth, this will be the key, IMHO.

As I said in my above post, the real gist of this speech was a reprimand and a warning to the Arab states.

47 posted on 04/04/2002 8:41:31 AM PST by Wphile
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To: Oldeconomybuyer
"I expect better leadership and I expect results."

Signal to interested parties...Bye bye Arafat.

48 posted on 04/04/2002 8:41:45 AM PST by semaj
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To: freedomcrusader
Gee, the Israelis found the smoking gun. Care to bet that Ariel Sharon is going to show said smoking gun to Powell?

Powell is going to take that elsewhere, and there will be a changeover in the Palestinean Authority's leadership. And the new leaders will be placed on notice.

49 posted on 04/04/2002 8:43:02 AM PST by hchutch
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To: Howlin
Newsperson et Documentary Lady sont disrupteurs, n'est c-pas?
50 posted on 04/04/2002 8:43:19 AM PST by Bigg Red
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