Americans sharply opposed to U.S. Mideast policy

By Israelinsider

As U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice embarks on her latest Mideast mission, trying to impose on Israel talks with the Hamas-led Palestinian government on the basis of the warmed-over 2002 “Saudi Plan” endorsed by the Arab League, demanding that Israel withdraw from all territories conquered in the 1967 war, a major new national poll has found American opinion on Israel and Middle East issues sharply at odds with Administration policy.

By a margin of 2-to-1 (45%- 22%), Americans believe that a Palestinian Arab state would be a terrorist state rather than a peaceful democracy;

By a margin of 5-to-1 (60% – 11%), Americans believe that Israel should not make more land giveaways to the Palestinian Arabs.

By a margin of 10-to-1 (45% – 4.6%) Americans overwhelmingly support Israelis over the Palestinian Arabs.

By a margin of more than 5-to-1 (65% – 11%), Americans believe that Saudi Arabia is not a reliable and trustworthy ally in the war against radical Islamic terrorism;

By a margin of nearly 2-to-1 (46% – 24%), Americans believe that Egypt is not a reliable and trustworthy ally in the war against radical Islamic terrorism; and

By a margin of nearly 2-to-1 (51% – 26%), Americans believe that the US should impose economic sanctions on Saudi Arabia until it stops its support and funding for terrorists and radical Islamic education that teaches hatred of America and Israel. CONTINUE

March 26, 2007 | 1 Comment »

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