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"It was not intended for general release," the statement said. "The contents of the video in no way represent the official policy of either the Government Press Office or of the State of Israel."
The video, titled "We Con the World" -- set to the tune of the 1985 hit, "We are the World"-- was put together by Caroline Glick, a former member of the Israel Defense Forces and columnist for the Jerusalem Post.
Originally posted by searching4truth
reply to post by crisko
intersting points, i wonder though, even if Obama said he would side with the Muslims, would congress?
Originally posted by antonia
No, you have forgotten the large "fundamentalist" lobby who are pinning their fondest hopes on the Israeli's blowing up the Dome of the Rock and building the third temple so Jesus can come back. There are many in Congress who pander to those people. There will be no condemnation...and let's not forget about AIPAC.
Originally posted by googolplex
Where is the video, I can't it.
Oy what it;s not released, could not find it.
Originally posted by Rook1545
The most telling part for me about Israel's take on this whole thing, is when the guy showed his kids and they laughed about it. People here use the Palestinian "Sesame Street" to condemn the actions of the Palestinians, yet this shows me that the other side is no better. Their kids have been trained to believe that this is all one big joke. Sickening
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