Dean has not, in fact, challenged the reigning foreign policy paradigms of the post-9/11 era: the war on terrorism and the nexus between terrorism and rogue states with weapons of mass destruction. "I support the president's war on terrorism," he told Tim Russert this summer. He supported the war in Afghanistan. He even supported Israel's strike against a terrorist camp in Syria because Israel, like the United States, has the "right" to defend itself. (European Deanophiles take note.) Dean does not call for a reduction in American military power but talks about using the "iron fist" of our "superb military."
New England Committee to Defend Palestine staged a 2-day protest outside Park Plaza Hotel where an Isreali Peace conference was taking place.
Includes comments from Amer Jubran and dialogue between Barney Frank and members of NECDP