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    • xerocada1
    • 12.09.11 | 05:40 (IDT)

    Ethan Bronner wrote a story today with the deeply ironic (for him) title:Beyond Cairo, Israel Sensing a Wider Siege. Ironic, of course, because one of the major themes of the Israeli Occupation of late has been the siege against Gaza. Now it appears, the siege is staring Israel right back in the face. Richard Silverstein's blog

    from the article: Report: Israeli ambassador was advised to stay home on eve of Cairo embassy attack
    First published 00:44 12.09.11 | Last updated 00:44 12.09.11
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