Caroline Glick makes a powerful case in her Jerusalem Post column that the Bush administration’s adoption of the “road map” is deserving of harsh condemnation from the standpoint of Israel’s security: “Washington’s betrayal.” She concludes by stating, “We must accept the truth. As presently constituted, the Bush administration’s Middle East policy is hostile to the national security interests of the State of Israel.” If her case is sound, the policy would also be hostile to the national security interests of the United States. Is that possible?
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