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    • Christine
    • 22.02.10 | 12:50 (IST)

    It seems as if Israel has for some times, since the attack on Gaza, accumulated acts of provocation towards the outside world, from repeated vitriolic criticisms of Sweden, Norway, Turkey to name just a few, to the public humiliation of the Turkish ambassador, the ridiculing of Obama on the question of putting an end to the settlements, to insulting J-street and recently the Dubai business. It is engaged on a slippery slope and seems determined to oppose and make a mockery of the few nations that still show a bit of patience in all possible ways.

    from the article: Israel can't afford to reject J Street
    First published 02:37 22.02.10 | Last updated 08:10 22.02.10
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