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  1. cvmay says:

    THEREFORE each and every one of us must be an AMBASSADOR of TRUTH, bring the works of Honest Reporting to as many people as we know. Be educated, aware and knowledgeable when speaking with others (even our own)about the inaccuracies that are flaunted as truths in the media and through well-known writers and speakers. (Jimmy Carter’s newly published book is a perfect example of flagrant lies, crooked facts — all designed to bring down the Jewish State and the Jewish people).

  2. aron feldman says:

    Now the hard left is finally talking about torture and other undemocratic abuses in Egypt and Jordan, as well as the despotism of virtually all Arab regimes. Do you recall any campus protests against Egypt or Mubarak? Do you recall any calls for divestment and boycotts against Arab dictators?
    What a bunch of charlatans!They need to show this to groups like Yesh Din,and Peace Now

  3. Ori says:

    Aron Feldman: Now the hard left is finally talking about torture and other undemocratic abuses in Egypt and Jordan, as well as the despotism of virtually all Arab regimes.

    Ori: At the risk of sounding snarky (as if that ever stopped me), of course they’re only opposed to Arab despotism now, when there is a chance to replace it with something even worse that would also be opposed to the US.

  4. aron feldman says:

    Ori,

    good point

  5. Miriam says:

    But isn’t it strange how the US (at least its current Presidential leadership) seems clueless that this new government would actually be an enemy?

  6. Leah says:

    It’s interesting, Miriam. I have been questioning my own understanding on this facet: Is Obama clueless or a smooth talker with a forked tongue?

  7. Steve Ehrlich says:

    I dont that its clear at all what the next goverment will be like. Unlike Iran in ’79. the Moslem fundamentalist types did not start this. They are merely opportunists who want to ride this bandwagon.

  8. cohen y says:

    No. The US has quite a bit of experience of democratic revolutions going south(starting with the south american republics) ,nevertheless it’s ethos is still to back them.

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