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Johnathan Schanzer on Middle East Panel with Senator Sam Brownback, General Giora Eiland, and Dr. Daniel Pipes.

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Jun 8, 2009 16:48

First let me say you have a good team of knowledgeable men and women here, who understand the Middle East and what is at stake for Israel. I am proud to belong to MEF, Jewish Policy Center, and The Heritage Foundation. The Heritage Foundation is strong and proactive on Conservative principles and values, as well as MEF and Daniel Pipes, who is on top of all issues. All people need to be educated on Islamic terrorism, and Hamas. Iran, and how they will try to stop anything positive in the way of peace without total obliteration of Israel. There is no way I support a Palestinian state or to tell Israel to stop building settlements! Senator Brownback is so right when he says, "Lets start anew, and get rid of the things that don't work." Iran will go forward with Nuclear weapons, and the whole world is threatened by their lawlessness, if they aren't stopped!


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Jun 9, 2009 13:54

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