Obama Course Correction Needed for Mideast Peace

Ghitis, Frida
July 2009
WPR Subset;7/30/2009, p1
The article focuses on the consensus made by Israelis stating the need for U.S. President Barack Obama to make necessary changes on his actions for peace in the Middle East. It states that peace activists in Israel request for Obama to adjust his peace course before the chance of peace is destroyed, and before he lose the support of the Israeli people. Israelis also believe that Obama puts all the pressure to them and none on Palestinians.


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