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She Spins Kerry's Poof Comment Blaming Israel for Peace Talks Fail

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Timeline: Israel's failure to keep its promise at the end of March then the Palestinian reaction in the beginning of April. The chronology is the Palestinian announcement to sign the treaties occurred after Israel didn't follow through with its prisoner release commitment and announced more settlement building which is illegal.

SEE VIDEO: Kerry Blames Israel for Derailing Peace Talks BUT ... https://www.youtube.com/wat...

"The PA Foreign Ministry said that the decision to apply was taken in response to Israel's refusal to release the fourth and final group of Palestinian prisoners at the end of March." http://www.jpost.com/Diplom...

State Dep't tries to clean up Kerry's 'Poof' http://mondoweiss.net/2014/...

Botching the Israel/Palestine Talks Timeline http://www.fair.org/blog/20...

April 9, 2014 Matt Lee asks Jen Psaki And then the last one on this is the Secretary on the Hill yesterday managed to get the Israelis, in particular, upset about him when he described, what he called a "poof" moment when things went, for lack of a better word, to hell. Given the fact that you guys have made clear for some time now, for at least two weeks now, that both sides have taken negative steps: one, would it have been perhaps more appropriate for the Secretary not to use his "poof" moment comment; or, if it was appropriate, do you think that it was -- that he put it in the context of the timeline at the wrong place?
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Timeline: Israel's failure to keep its promise at the end of March then the Palestinian reaction in the beginning of April. The chronology is the Palestinian announcement to sign the treaties occurred after Israel didn't follow through with its prisoner release commitment and announced more settlement building which is illegal.

SEE VIDEO: Kerry Blames Israel for Derailing Peace Talks BUT ... https://www.youtube.com/wat...

"The PA Foreign Ministry said that the decision to apply was taken in response to Israel's refusal to release the fourth and final group of Palestinian prisoners at the end of March." http://www.jpost.com/Diplom...

State Dep't tries to clean up Kerry's 'Poof' http://mondoweiss.net/2014/...

Botching the Israel/Palestine Talks Timeline http://www.fair.org/blog/20...

April 9, 2014 Matt Lee asks Jen Psaki And then the last one on this is the Secretary on the Hill yesterday managed to get the Israelis, in particular, upset about him when he described, what he called a "poof" moment when things went, for lack of a better word, to hell. Given the fact that you guys have made clear for some time now, for at least two weeks now, that both sides have taken negative steps: one, would it have been perhaps more appropriate for the Secretary not to use his "poof" moment comment; or, if it was appropriate, do you think that it was -- that he put it in the context of the timeline at the wrong place? Show less

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