Roosevelt [Rosenfelt]
Was Right on
WHO Controls America


Washington Report

on Middle East Affairs

Wednesday, October 3, 2001

[What Ariel Sharon Said]

Occupied Jerusalem:
3 October, 2001 (IAP)

-- According to Israel radio (in Hebrew) Kol Yisrael, [Shimon] Peres warned [Ariel] Sharon Wednesday that refusing to heed incessant American requests for a cease-fire with the Palestinians would endanger Israeli interests and "turn the US against us."

At this point, a furious Sharon reportedly turned toward Peres, saying "every time we do something you tell me Americans will do this and will do that. I want to tell you something very clear, don't worry about American pressure on Israel, we, the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know it."

The radio said Peres and other cabinet ministers warned Sharon against saying what he said in public because "it would cause us a public relations disaster."

(c) IAP News



Hmmm? Is that an
anti-Gentilic remark or what?




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