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The oxygen must be thin in the rarified air of Marda Dunsky's ivory tower. The DePaul academic writes in the Chicago Tribune:
During the second Palestinian uprising that followed the summit, the Bush administration backed Israel's military and diplomatic isolation of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat based on unproved allegations that he was tied directly to Palestinian violence against Israelis. This served to humiliate Palestinians and weaken their confidence in Arafat's Fatah party.
Unproven allegations? Think again, again, again, and again.
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