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    • r cummings
    • 28.03.10 | 22:42 (IDT)

    It's customary for the Israeli and diaspora right, mirroring AIPAC and ADL scripts, to viciously attack anyone who doesn't support this racist right-wing coalition's actions 110%. It doesn't change the fact that Obama is saying exactly the same as the UN, EU, Quartet and everyone else. Get it through your head, Cipora and chums, Israel's claims to E J'sem are NOT accepted by a single nation or institution IN THE WORLD. They are correctly and legally viewed as blatant land theft, apartheid, illegal settling and ethnic cleansing. Now why would a US President, a Democrat from a country that constitutionally and morally opposes illegal invasion, occupation, apartheid and ethnic cleansing, sit by and say nothing? Quite apart from the fact that it is NOT in America's interests to have Israel creating this interminable, never-ending racist storm in the region. Israel will bow down and do what Obama says or it is heading for some real hard times.

    from the article: Netanyahu endangering Israel's security
    First published 01:36 28.03.10 | Last updated 02:35 28.03.10
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