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leftist claptrap

Reader comment on: Transforming America's Israel Lobby
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Submitted by Samuel, May 14, 2009 11:32

The usual left wing bleeding liberal syndrome,that,s what this author is (Dan Fleshler).To many contradictions and other nonsensical balderdash .How many peace accords or other similar mechanisms are needed before the Arabs recognise Israel for what it is;a Jewish homeland for the Jewish people .All the posturing ,threats ,intimadtion and whatever comes her way is not going to change the fact of Israel,s existence.The latest war mongering from King Abdullah about there being trouble in 18 months from now if therre,s no palestinian state doesn,t carry any weight whatsoever ,so hats off to the AIPC and other pro Israeli lobbyists for all the hard work ,fund raising etc.they do .Long may it continue .


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a dangerous game [85 words]

Dan Kennedy 

May 12, 2009 13:31

  ⇒ leftist claptrap [114 words]

Samuel 

May 14, 2009 11:32

  Response to Samuel, Dan and Debbie [367 words]

George 

Jun 11, 2009 21:25

Transforming America's Israel Lobby [134 words]

Debbie 

May 9, 2009 10:28

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