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    • Jake in Jerusalem
    • 19.03.13 | 20:25 (IST)

    HaAretz, written by radical Tel Aviv leftists, fails on the facts, again. The road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem (now controlled by the PA), is not the same road as that used by West Bankers. And that road is used BOTH by Jews AND Arabs. So if Obama will inconvenience someone, he'll inconvenience everyone! The headlines here that suggest otherwise constitute slanderous propaganda. If the "journalists" who propagandize in support of the Palis here would get out of their luxurious Tel Aviv bubble sometimes, they might find out what the real world is like!

    from the article: Israeli settlers' main road to be 'blockaded' during Obama visit
    First published 13:40 19.03.13 | Last updated 13:40 19.03.13
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