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    • Lenny
    • 23.05.11 | 06:35 (IDT)

    This entire affair is puzzling. Obama said the same thing to AIPAC that he said on Thursday, and it represents long time American policy. Nothing new except that he was explicit. He certainly never called for a return to indefensible 1967 borders. So then why did Bibi intentionally distort Obama and try to embarrass him. Seems to me he is playing American politics and trying to put pressure on Obama , but it was pretty blatant and I'm sure not at all appreciated. Maybe some short term PR gain but he is toying with a very smart guy.

    from the article: Likud: Obama's AIPAC speech shows he listened to Netanyahu
    First published 01:45 23.05.11 | Last updated 01:45 23.05.11
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