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David Bedein has a sobering piece for those who want to believe, in spite of all evidence, that John F. Kerry is pro-Israel. Bedein describes Kerry's newly appointed Middle East advisor, Martin Indyk, as Kerry's Arafat Yes-Man—and backs it up with numerous disturbing examples.
In geopolitical circles, Indyk's ideas of dispatching U.S. troops to an area where they could become targets of the PLO or be killed in crossfire between Israeli troops and Arafat's forces had rendered him obsolete. That is until Senator Kerry appointed Indyk as his man for Middle East policy two days ago. Now they will have to take Indyk's personal policy to hide the crimes of Fatah and the PLO and coerce American soldiers to protect Arafat's terrorists seriously.

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