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Transforming America's Israel Lobby

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), May 9, 2009 10:28

Israel must remain cautious and never allow any American politician or spokesman, to talk them into giving up their God Given land. Giving up more land makes Israel more vulnerable, and under no circumstances must Benjamin Netanyahu sign this Nuclear Proliferation Treaty, it would be total suicide for Israel. I hope everyone realizes Israel must stay one step ahead of her enemies which are multiple. There are Many Americans who can see the writting on the wall, and sometimes its not pretty.

Many of us are also dedicated in our support, love, and admiration of this soverign nation in the Middle East who is surrounded by Radical enemies with thoughts of destruction, and grabbing resources and wealth from this beautiful land!

Let Israel set its own agenda, and quit trying to appease her enemies.


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a dangerous game [85 words]

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May 12, 2009 13:31

  leftist claptrap [114 words]

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May 14, 2009 11:32

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Jun 11, 2009 21:25

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