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Bibi King of Israel.

Reader comment on: A Preliminary Assessment of Obama's Speech on the Middle East

Submitted by Ely Doron (United States), May 20, 2011 15:39

Did you see Ovomet face when Bibi spoke???
i love to see THE FACES OF Mrs thomas, Farrakan, and the reast of the Jew HATERS OUT THERE WHILE THE True leader of israel spoke. what... we witness today is a respectful , yet Courages PM of Israel and a Weak Obama who was thinking is is dealing with a republican who is going to TAKE IT... No way.. Bibi smacked him in front of this world saying to Obama Israel is my RESPONSIBILITY NOT YOURS.. Great work Bibi King of Israel !
P.s what Bibi exprienced.. (IDF Special Unit...) in 5 mini Obama did not and will not do in a life time.


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