It ain't Shas that's trapped, but the whole of Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Skeptic Dude... a proud Socialist
    • 19.11.10 | 04:52 (IST)

    What is even more interesting is that the pro-Israel lobby needs to take a chill pill and go low-profile now that Cantor said publicly the "Big No No" (Bibi, we got your back against this Kenyan-Born Islamo-Socialist). Israel is trapped, and so is its PR Army in U$A. Not accepting the freeze gives Obama the opportunity not to put his veto against Israel. Not accepting means 20 F-35s gone... (those are not cheap). Basically, it means an eventual opportunity to cutback on weapons supply of all kind. Not accepting simply means Israel is... guess the next word. Finally, a real President!

    from the article: Eli Yishai looks to Washington to free him from settlement freeze trap
    First published 02:34 19.11.10 | Last updated 02:34 19.11.10
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