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March 16, 2013 8:49 pm

Kissinger: There is Little Chance for Mideast Peace Breakthrough

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Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger.

Bloomberg – Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says there is little chance of any breakthrough in stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, as President Barack Obama visits Israel next week on his first trip there since taking office.

“I’m not optimistic” about reviving peace talks, in large part because of the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist parties in the region that aren’t inclined to support a “just outcome” with Israel, Kissinger said in an interview airing this weekend on Bloomberg TV’s “Conversations with Judy Woodruff.”

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  • Nina

    Kissinger told Golda Meir: I am American, and Jewish patriot.
    Goldat Meir replied: “It does not matter, we read from right to left in Israel.

  • Lawrence Kulak

    I just watched a video from the aftermath of the 1973 war where The Lubavitcher Rebbe predicted at the onset of troubles that the Israelis would wind up marching on Damascus. When they stopped forty kilometers short of Damascus it was because of Kissinger who forced them to stop. Israel was forced to listen because they had received several hundred tanks from the US. Had they taken Damascus, it is possible that the Assads might have lost power sooner and Iran would have had a less freer hand to be able to wreak havoc with terrorist plots.
    Kissinger is not exactly a devout Jew and was careful to place his Americanism first. He is the oppostite of a Jonathan Pollard.

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