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    • JOSH/ISRAEL
    • 04.05.10 | 16:19 (IDT)

    Indeed Mr.Arens Netanyahu and Israel has been buffeted,more than previous American presidents to my recolection ,than it is now with its new incumbant in the White House of BHO. Not that many long gone Presidents were all that partial to Israel if memory serves. That is until Israel won the 1967 war at all odds. Even during Rosevelt's tenure I canot remember them being "pro Israel" it was never admitted in their equation and their reluctance was clear. We were alone then,as we are now. Why does Israel continue to think we are beholden to the USA when it is acting against our interests versus our enemies who's only wish is the annihilation of MY country. Thank you for the insightful article.

    from the article: Let’s stop pretending
    First published 23:53 03.05.10 | Last updated 23:53 03.05.10
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