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    • syvanen
    • 21.04.07 | 02:32 (IDT)

    In the build up to War in Iraq it was clear that ProIsraeli forces like AIPAC were some of the most enthusiastic supporters for war. We mostly argued that it is not in the interests of the US to fight Israel's wars. But what seemed clear to me at the time was that War in Iraq was not in Israel's interest either, for the reasons that we now see. What a mess. How could Israel be so short sighted?

    from the article: The victory won't be American
    First published 00:00 20.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.04.07
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