Rubbish Josh Marks@24 No,not a Mistake but a Sensible Approach! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Benny
    • 21.10.09 | 00:59 (IST)

    Josh Since the majority of American Jews follow the democratic party line,it proves they are not all that concerned about ISRAEL. Therefore Michael Orens rejection is apt, and I for one approve of it. And unlike what you wrote: The time "one voice" for Israel which is basically the Likud/Aipac right-wing line is over. Not on your life,the Likud/Aipac right wing is our salvation.It will live forever whether you approve of it or not.You sound a proper LEFTY so no surprise at your dismisal of said parties. Therefore you are totally wrong.Incidently Israel voted a RIGHT WING PARTY AND LEADER. Live with it chummy.

    from the article: Israel envoy Michael Oren rejects J Street invite
    First published 17:23 20.10.09 | Last updated 22:29 20.10.09
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