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Oct 9, 2004 7:37 pm


EUROPEANS WANT ARAFAT BUT NOT BUSH



Unfortunately, the Spanish did not do the same and to Bush says Arafat cannot lead new Palestinian state is the headline of many articles published in the Middle East. Bush is right. Those who seek popularity with their French and German allies, one has to appease the pioneer terrorist, Yassir Arafat whom even a Nobel price could not reform.

Bravo Bush -

"I wouldn't deal with Arafat because I felt like he had let the former president down and I don't think he's the kind of person that can lead toward a Palestinian state," Bush said during a debate here with Democratic presidential challenger Senator John Kerry.

"People in Europe didn't like that decision," Bush went on.

"But it was the right thing to do. I believe Palestinians ought to have a state, but I know they need leadership that's committed to a democracy and freedom, leadership that would be willing to reject terrorism."




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