Matthew Duss notes that Giuliani foreign policy advisor Daniel Pipes is on the "presidium" of an outfit called the Jerusalem Summit that opposes the creation of a Palestinian state under any circumstances and instead proposes the transfer of Palestinians to elsewhere in the Arab world.

It seems to me that just as Giuliani ought to be asked whether or not he endorses Norman Podhoretz's view that we need to bomb Iran ASAP he also ought to be asked whether he joins Daniel Pipes in endorsing this view. And if he doesn't, then why does he have so many advisors he disagrees with on key issues?

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