You can fool American Jews most of the time. . .

and we’re about to find if you can fool us all of the time. David Bedein in FrontPageMagazine calls out John Kerry’s newly appointed Middle East advisor, Martin Indyk. According to Bedein, “The very mention of Indyk, who served two stints as ambassador to Israel, sends shudders down the spine of senior members of the Israel defense and foreign policy establishment. For the past year, Indyk, in his new capacity as the head of the Saban Center at the Brookings Institution, has conducted a campaign to dispatch U.S. troops to intervene in the Middle East conflict. Indyk has gone so far as to say that the U.S. should sent troops or create a protectorate over the West Bank and Gaza. Such a step would place the U.S. in a virtual state of war with the Israeli army, which has always viewed some of the West Bank and Gaza as vital to the security concerns of the state of Israel.”
Bedein also shows that Indyk “has been working for years to garner American support for Yasser Arafat and his terrorist regime.” Indeed, Indyk “is generally looked upon as the man who planned the Oslo process that gave Yassir Arafat and the PLO armed control over most of the Palestinian Arab population.” Bedein shows that, since Oslo, Indyk has repeatedly provided cover for Arafat while the wily terrorist violated his commitment to cancel the PLO’s covenant to eradicate the Jewish state and then launched the second intifada. For example, “in late November 2000, when Israel issued a ‘white paper’ on intercepted intelligence from Arafat


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