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    • Shem Tel Aviv
    • 08.05.12 | 18:54 (IDT)

    One must keep in mind, the mindset of Bibi, based upon a thorough indoctrination by his recently deceased father, whose basic thought about Arabs was to take them out to a tree and hang them. This was possible years ago, in the dead of night. However, in this day of instant information, easily captured by a 4g I-phone, this is no longer possible. Israel is now like a huge, in-grown toenail. The problem is, bringing the country into the current century and curing the toenail without losing the foot, or the country. We are being watched, monitored and tracked. For every missle we have trained on Iran, there are 100 missiles trained on us. We must learn to live within a sea of hate and manage to deal, where possible, with people who do not want us here. This is not understood by Netanyahu and could result in a disaster for Israel and its people.

    from the article: Netanyahu, stunning Israel by forging unity bloc, defends move as pro-stability
    First published 12:05 08.05.12 | Last updated 13:45 08.05.12
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