Wednesday, March 4, 2009

PA Leader Abbas Biggest Concern is Iran?

Israel pounded Gaza for 25 days beginning December 27. The move had the approval of Quartet envoy Tony Blair and U.S. representatives Hillary Clinton and General James L. Jones.

Palestinian Chairman Mahmoud Abbas had no concern with war approving Blair, Clinton or Jones. After meeting with the new U.S. Secretary of State, Abbas relayed his worries over Iran's tampering in Palestinian affairs.

Hillary called Israel's destruction of East Jerusalem homes "unhelpful," sounding remarkably Condoleezza Rice-ish. It seems everyone has their lines. Abbas and Clinton read the script today.