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    • AVI
    • 26.12.07 | 05:27 (IST)

    I am an Israeli living in the US. Reading all the articles in the Israeli and American Jewish newspapers whining that the US is not quick enough to attack Iran is nauseating.Such an attack is likely to cause the death of thousands of American GI's and probably more innocent Iranian civilians. The warmongers among the Neocons (Wolfowitz, Feith,Perle, etc.) did not serve in the US Army. Their kids did not serve in the US Army. Actually, the representation of American Jews in all the branches of the US military is miniscule: Only 4,000 out of a million and a half members. The segment of the Jewish community most related to the Israeli right wing, the orthodox,hardly has any representation in the US armed force. Still, when it comes to sending other people's kids to die certain elements in our community are highly industrious. The mask is coming off, and the American public is having a chance to look at our collective face. It ain't pretty!

    from the article: Top Republican candidate says supports dialogue with Iran
    First published 00:00 25.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.12.07
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