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Response to Richard Green

Reader comment on: A New and Complicated Palestinian Landscape
in response to reader comment: Dennis Ross is unwise

Submitted by Joel M. Frank (United States), Sep 26, 2007 12:41

Richard,

I agree with your opinion that Dennis Ross et al made egragarious errors in dealing with the g-dfather of modern terrorism. The "Road Map" with it's compliance measures would have been a great starting point instead of allowing Arafat et al to implement his "Phased Plan" (June 9th 1974) for Israel's destruction while talking a good game to the Liberals.

However, JCP should invite his comments and opinions because JCP is an educational forum (503c) organization.

We are all here to learn from and share with one another. I am sure that Mr. Ross is painfully aware of the shortcomings of the Oslo appeasment process. He is probably much sadder and a whole lot wiser as a result of the experience.

I found his book to be quite an interesting and riveting narrative. I think there is a book called "Oslo" an autopsy to the whole process that was flawed from the start. Lets all learn from Mssrs. Ross, Beilin, Peres, Barak, and Chamberlain


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