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    • nan
    • 02.05.12 | 10:43 (IDT)

    "These elections will give the Israeli electorate a chance to vote for a party that represents their interests" What are their interests? Utterly selfish and shortsighted! Their interests, not what is the best for Israel! WAKE UP ISRAEL. You have the best prime minister in the world. Yes he is not perfect, none of us are and we make mistakes, but he is not a killing machine and is not afraid to stand up to the terrorists and Obama and the evil Iranian, you have your heads in the sand and do not know, care or understand what is comming, yet it is all been prophesied and still your eyes are blinded

    from the article: Netanyahu expected to announce date of Israeli elections next week
    First published 23:20 01.05.12 | Last updated 23:20 01.05.12
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