#48 I doubt it, Cipora - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 29.03.10 | 07:28 (IDT)

    CJK: "Obama plans to send in the marines?" Most unlikely but, if he did, I'd have no doubt that the US marines would wipe the floor with Israel's rag-tag rabble of an army. CJK: "However, he cannot force Israel to do anything concrete. He cannot force any evacuations or even building in Jerusalem." Spoken like a true Afrikaaner, Cipora. They spoke just as tough, until the day they folded like a cheap poker player..... Listen, Cippie, if Obama really wanted to bundle the IDF out of East Jerusalem he could do it without risking a single GI: freeze the military aid, refuse to guarantee Israeli borrowings, and call in every outstanding loan that Israel has with the USA. End result: the IDF would be back to carts and donkeys within a year.

    from the article: Israel fears Obama heading for imposed Mideast settlement
    First published 02:25 29.03.10 | Last updated 10:03 29.03.10
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