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June 02, 2003

The W. Summit

The assumption that if Bush is seen to tilt toward Israel he will jeopardize the process is exactly backwards. The less Bush is seen to be intimidated by Arab radicalism, the more he will be taken seriously by the Arabs themselves, and the greater the opportunities for peace.

So says Saul Singer in today's NRO. The only problem with this wise observation is that the "jeux sont faits" already. Was not the whole panic push for the road and the map the result of intimidation to begin with (BY Blair, Arab princes and other riff'-raffs)?