January 1, 2014

Has John Kerry Lost His Mind?

Eitan Haber, Ynet News

The Associated Press

US Secretary of State John Kerry has lost his mind: He appears to be completely serious about getting both sides, the Israeli and the Palestinian, to sign some kind of interim and temporary deal, which should eventually lead to reconciliation and agreement between the two people. John Kerry has gone mad: He wants to succeed where his dozen predecessors, governments and countries have failed.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Israel, Middle East, John Kerry

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