Well I HOPE that Obama didn't really offer all that just to prevent Israel from breaking international law for only two months?!! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ricky
    • 30.09.10 | 18:42 (IST)

    If the USA is pumping so much into Israel, should ISRAEL be doing the begging to the USA, and not the other way around?? The whole situation just defies logic....

    from the article: White House: Obama did not send letter to Netanyahu
    First published 18:21 30.09.10 | Last updated 19:54 30.09.10
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