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Israel: Huge Liability on US FP Balance Sheet – Indyk-AIPAC Secret Theft From US Industry Reaches $100 Billion

Grant F. Smith | Global research | July 31, 2013 There are many reasons why naming Martin Indyk the special envoy to mediate between Israel and Palestine is a bad idea. Marinated in Israeli-American media mogul Haim Saban’s largess at Brookings Institute, many observers have noted Indyk’sprevious failures as a diplomat for the U.S. It is assumed that Indyk will again function as “Israel’s lawyer” and Palestinians will get […]

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Reviving the Israel-Palestine Negotiations: The Indyk Appointment ~ by Richard Falks (@rfalk13)

Prof. Em. Richard Falk | Global Research | July 31, 2013 Appointing Martin Indyk as Special Envoy to the upcoming peace talks was to be expected. It was signaled in advance. And yet it is revealing and distressing. The only other candidates considered for the job were equally known as Israeli partisans: Daniel Kurtzer, former ambassador to Israel […]

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