Childish Curses At Israel Replacing War On Terror

Investor's Business Daily
October 2014
Investors Business Daily;10/30/2014, pA13
Mideast: Administration officials anonymously hurl a profanity at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. So much for candidate Obama's promise to "help our ally Israel achieve true and lasting security."


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