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  • He called Israels standing order to attack ships sailing more than twenty knots incomprehensible and described its justifications for the assault as mutually contradictory.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • Moses led us out of the land of Egypt, now Moshe Dayan has led us back, declared one man, referring to Israels defense minister.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • If Obama Hussein gives the green light it only means that the US is calling Israels bluff.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Its tortuous route deep into the Palestinian areas of the West Bank, where it incorporates seven major settlement blocs into Israel comprising 80\% of the settlers, is known as Israels demographic border.

    Darwiniana

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity Israel faces in the

    WN.com - Business News

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity Israel faces in the

    WN.com - Business News

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity Israel faces in the

    WN.com - Business News

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity Israel faces in the United Nations; Amb. Shalev outlined the build-up of hostility towards Israel as increasing numbers of Arab countries were admitted to the United Nations.

    WN.com - Business News

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity

    WN.com - Business News

  • After a brief introduction in which Amb. Shalev spoke to the packed room of journalists about a variety of topics such as Israels desire for peace and the adversity Israel faces in the United Nations; Amb. Shalev outlined the build-up of hostility towards Israel as increasing numbers of Arab countries were admitted to the United Nations.

    WN.com - Business News

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