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Report: Mitchell resigned because Dennis Ross was biased and working against US interests

Ma’an – May 17, 2011

RAMALLAH — A political adviser to the late president Yasser Arafat issued a statement Tuesday, alleging that US Mideast peace envoy George Mitchell resigned because of the “extreme bias” of his deputy Dennis Ross.

Bassam Abu Shareef said Ross obstructed all US initiatives aiming to achieve progress in the peace process, and blamed the deputy’s bias for Mitchell’s resignation Saturday.

Abu Shareef said senior American officials informed him that Mitchell viewed the appointment of Ross a step to obstruct the peace process. He added that Mitchell believed Ross was working against US interests.

The official paraphrased comments he said were made by Mitchell during a meeting, where he asked: “How can Dennis Ross assist in the peace process when he refuses to meet with the Palestinians, when he despises their leadership and hates their president?”

Abu Shareef also said Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “rejects peace,” and would have no part of a Palestinian state with Hamas in its leadership.

“This means they are opening war on Palestinians and their nation,” he added.


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May 17, 2011 - Posted by | Deception, Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism, Wars for Israel

1 Comment

  1. Although I’m only speculating, I have to wonder if the astonishing assimulation message of Mark Spitz in the 1972 Munich Olympics was so offensive to those in favour of an expansionist Israel that it had to be immediately met with a terrorist attack against Jewish athletes. Israel’s powers that be likely only turned one man, Yasser Arafat, to do their counterbidding. By legitimizing him like he was in some kind of real life Forest Gump movie, the comparisons to the Stern Gang would be inevitable on the world stage.

    No one would believe me, but on all things Arafat the fascists would be looking to turn any kind of trick to salvage their Munich horror. Although I digress, Mark Spitz the man is still quite a victory lap over fascism for an entire race.

    Comment by Eric Vaughan | May 17, 2011

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