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The View from Israel.

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Submitted by Deborah (United States), Mar 7, 2012 11:16

Thank you for sharing the views of Yoram Hessel. We need more leaders who are not only military strategists, but able to foresee and predict incoming dangers of the future, and may I stress as I told Mike Evans, The rhetoric from the Obama administration does not match his actions, (We have Israel's Back.) Forcing Israel to go back to 1967 borders and curtailing building settlements, or the development of a Pal state would have caused a total collapse and volatility of the region, had they gained a foothold. The Islamic nations seek to destroy and stop the lineage of the Jewish people. The de-stabilization of the Middle East is due to several Radicals, George Soros being one of them, Saul Alinsky tactics, + the cooperation of One of the most Powerful men in the world, The President of the United States, + the alignment with Islamic factions, The Muslim Brotherhood, and Iran. We can see pure unadulterated evil that is aligning against free, and civil societies. I hope that the President's record will convince the Jewish people, and other voters, to quit voting for their destroyers.


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