TEL AVIV (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Israel on Saturday in an uphill bid to revive stalled war between Fatah and Hamas.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas issued a defiant statement saying the girls, Condi and Tzipi, did not dance well enough for him so he’s not going back to war with nobody.
"This dance was the best they could do? You cannot change it now. You either take off your clothes or leave them on," he said.
After a surprise trip to Iraq, Rice met Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni in Jerusalem on Saturday night and they both decided they would dance for Abbas to try and get him to kill some more Palestinians.
The summit was overshadowed by the threat of an American to send Bush to do his strip as well.
Initially billed as the “Dance for War” it ended up with Livni drunk on the floor.
Abbas's spokesman, Nabil Abu Rdainah, said the President would not kill nobody for such lousy dancing.