Sunday, November 25, 2007

"James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute, hailed the Arab decision to participate." In 1993, I read this clown praise the appointment of Martin Indyk to a high post in the US administration, and he added that Arabs don't have a problem with him. (Later Indyk returned the favor, and hired his son to work for him--how touching). I called Zogby and told him: Look. I respect your right to make a fool of yourself, and you do it with great regularity. But can you at least do it in your own name and not in the name of any Arab American? He said: can we meet and discuss this? I said: No. This man, it should be made clear, represents no more than himself---and the UAE dynasties.