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Israeli Foreign Minister Wants Arab Citizens Beheaded

Avigdor Lieberman

Anyone doubting racist lunatics run Israel take note of what ultranationalist/fascist/defrocked for criminality/reinstated Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman proposes. He wants anyone he considers disloyal to Israel as a Jewish state beheaded.

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Iran Won the U.S. War Against Iraq

militia

Has there ever been a bigger disconnect between myth and reality than the outcome of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq?

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Rage Against Netanyahu

Rage Against Netanyahu

Israelis most often are as out-of-touch with reality as Americans - sleepwalking through their daily lives instead of becoming activist to improve them.Saturday night was different - the exception proving the rule. Tens of thousands of Israelis rallied against Netanyahu's appalling leadership in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square under the banner "Israel Wants Change."

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After the elections, the deluge

AIPAC

by Adam Keller
He came. He saw. He made a speech – he spoke indeed. Did he also win? That remains to be seen.

On Rotschield Boulevard in Tel Aviv, there was no clapping to the speech of Netanyahu. Activists of the renewing social protest movement erected a tent camp to protest the rising costs of housing, making the finding of an apartment a nearly impossible mission for hundreds of thousands of young Israelis. They erected a huge sign reading “All my friends have left the country, that is a greater threat than Iran” and invited the public to watch on a large screen the speech from Washington and make their comments: “While he will speak in America, we will remember the real situation of our lives.

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Iran's hardliners win if Netanyahu gets his way

Iranian newspapers

by Dr. Massoumeh Torfeh

So, despite all advice, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went ahead with his controversial speech at the US Congress arguing why the US should not sign what he regards as "a very bad deal" with Iran.  In a speech lasting over 40 minutes and including over 50 punchlines, he tried to persuade the US Congress to block the deal or at the very least push for "a much better one".

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