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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 26.03.10 | 03:40 (IDT)

    That this 'deal' dates back to July 2008, long before Barak Obama was elected, much less president the reality is that this story is nothing but 'spin.' The 'message' we are to learn is that there is no trouble, no problem, that everything is absolutely fine between Israel and the USA. Amos Harel is not Ze'ev Schiff. He pimps the story he is given. But he could at least be honest enough to tell Israeli's the truth. Israel requested this deal two years ago and it is no sign that there is no tenstion between the Obama administration and Israel.

    from the article: Exclusive / Despite row, U.S. and Israel sign massive arms deal
    First published 17:14 25.03.10 | Last updated 20:27 25.03.10
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