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The old ‘peace process’ two step. Seen it, done it. As for the Iran question, in about 6 months, the sh*t will begin hitting the fan regardless of who is in office.

Clinton to arrive in Israel to discuss Iran, peace talks

Iran’s growing nuclear threat is expected to play a large role in her talks with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Liberman, Barak and Peres; trip also counters Romney’s visit later this month.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will arrive in Israel late on Sunday for meetings Monday with top Israeli leaders on Iran, Egypt, Syria and the frozen peace process with the Palestinians.

It is her first visit to Israel since September 2010.

Iran’s growing nuclear threat is expected to play a large role in her talks Monday with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, Defense Minister Ehud Barak and President Shimon Peres.

But there is much speculation that Clinton’s trip is connected to the United States presidential race and it is timed to counter Jewish-American public perception that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to Israel later this month means that he is more committed to Israel than the Obama administration.

During Clinton’s visit, it is expected that Israeli leaders will reiterate their request that the US free Jonathan Pollard, who has been in an American jail since 1987 for passing classified information to Israel.

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One Response

  1. 1) Were Obama to set foot in Israel again it would be great theater! That he cannot get up on a stage in Israel and instead has to hide behind Clinton’s hijab is pure farce and comedy to the audience, and these amateur actors are the last to know. Normally I would be embarrassed for them but the damage they have done elicits a different emotion.

    2) Has anyone told the US administration what everyone else already knows – that the two-stage solution is a dead horse?

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