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NY Times Finally Gets it Right: Kerry Needs a Map

The New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief and a correspondent in Washington have woken up and realized that there are a few matters in the Middle East a bit more urgent than fawning over the fossil of the peace process.

Under the headline “Chaos in Middle East Grows as the U.S. Focuses on Israel,” Judi Rodoren and Mark Landler wrote that  U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in “tranquil Tel Aviv” while Syria is embroiled in a bloody civil war and Egypt’s “democratically elected leader [is] fighting for legitimacy with many of his people.”

“With so much of the Middle East still convulsing from the effects of the Arab Spring, Mr. Kerry’s efforts raise questions about the Obama administration’s priorities at a time of renewed regional unrest,” they wrote.

Rudoren and Landler are a bit late.

Jewish Press’ editor Yori Yanover wrote on Sunday, “While in Egypt millions are getting ready for a clash that could bring down the Morsi government and wash Egypt in rivers of blood, and while Syria and Iraq are already awash in blood, and Turkey is about to implode, Secretary of State John Kerry is focusing all his efforts on the truly important thing – making sure that Jews who live in East Jerusalem won’t be allowed to close up their porch, as this would violate the Prime Minister’s decree against settlement construction.”

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4 Responses to “NY Times Finally Gets it Right: Kerry Needs a Map”

  1. Myriam Obadia says:

    He's got to sort out his priorities, nu?

  2. all the state department people are puppets of obama who is the puppet of the bizarre death cult of islam. creepy.

  3. In fact, Kerry was not in Tel Aviv, tranquil or not, but in Jerusalem and Ramallah and Rabbat-Ammon [Amman in Arabic]. The NYT hates to admit that Jerusalem is Israel's capital despite their hate for Jews and Jerusalem.

  4. In fact, Kerry was not in Tel Aviv, tranquil or not, but in Jerusalem and Ramallah and Rabbat-Ammon [Amman in Arabic]. The NYT hates to admit that Jerusalem is Israel's capital despite their hate for Jews and Jerusalem.

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