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Reader comment on: Middle East Panel Discussion
in response to reader comment: Second guessing

Submitted by Samuel, Apr 22, 2009 07:58

Like Ed says ,take action sooner rather than later against Syria and Iran and show the Arab world that Jews/Israelis worldwide ,behind a united Jewish state won,t tolerate anti-semitism and ather vitriolic hattred espoused by any Muslim /Arab anywhere anytime.If certain people think for one moment that Israel needs to listen to and obey instructions from the Leftist Arab leaning Obama administration ,then they are gravely mistaken .This same administration is leading the USA down the proverbial garden path with potential distratous consequences if it,s allowed to continue this way.Iran and its troublemaking Ayatollah needs to be deposed and the puppet Ahmadinejad sent packing ,same as the other puppet in Damascus .The uncontrolled Syrian/Iran proxies in Beirut ,Damascus ,Cairo and elsewhere need the proverbial hiding of their lives,it,s only a matter of time now.


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Obama [24 words]

Ed Katz 

Apr 4, 2009 12:40

Second guessing [250 words]

Ed Katz 

Apr 4, 2009 11:49

  ⇒ agreement [134 words]

Samuel 

Apr 22, 2009 07:58

  Time for decision [96 words]

Ed Katz 

Apr 22, 2009 17:33

  it's time [46 words]

Samuel 

Apr 23, 2009 15:48

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