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Monday, July 17, 2006

William Kristol gone completely mad in the Financial Times of London

Thank you, FT, for printing timely this outrageous opinion article. It explains, from whom president Bush got the idea to say, several times during the last days, that Israel shouldn't forget that the real enemies are Iran and Syria. Bush is the weakly standard. Here we get the real one.

But: Beware! In the fall of 2001, few people took the Neocons' appeals for an attack on Iraq seriously. It seemed then as outrageous as "Weekly Standard"'s Kristol's actual outcry for a nuclear war in the Middle East.

And, ironically, the heading in the Financial Times has it wrong: Kristol doesn't say that Bush should go to Tel Aviv , but:

"to Jerusalem , the capital of a nation that stands with us, and is willing to fight with us, against our common enemies. This is our war, too."

Europe has to be unambiguous, united and outspoken, this time: No second Iraq in our backyard!


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