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Classical_Liberal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-28-04 08:20 PM
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13. I don't see where the article made this claim
Edited on Sat Aug-28-04 08:25 PM by Classical_Liberal
. I know they are popular, but by reducing their influence in the US, it will cause pressure on Israeli society so they might want to ditch Likud. After Bush threatened them Israel with aid, the Israelis ditched the likudniks, in favor of Rabin. I am fully aware that the Israeli zietgist is to grab half the west bank if they can. Putting Aipac on the spot may indicate to Israelis this isn't feasable.

The article does say that neocon/likudniks in America don't represent most American Jews which is the truth.
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