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As Iran nuclear talks hit snags, Israel seeks harder U.S. line

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By JOSEF FEDERMAN

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Israel is the biggest threat to peace in the Middle East.

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Nothing more exposes the absurdity of the Democrats thinking than looking at their sympathy for Iran, and the terrorist party Hamas.

Similar to the left dividing America along the race lines, they further exemplify their thinly veiled racism with their anti-semitic diatribes.

The Democrats are the biggest threat to peace not just in the Middle East but in the USA.

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The Democratic Party is not sympathetic to Iran, which is why Biden sold billions in arms to Iran’s archenemy.

Pointing out Israel’s constant abuse of the Palestinians and hatred of Iran is in no way anti-Semitic. Screaming that criticism is anti-Semitic is a ploy of Zionists to shut down any criticism the apartheid state known as Israel.

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Israel do control America, their influence with Democrats is at best non existent

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P. SmithToday  09:04 am JST

Pointing out Israel’s constant abuse of the Palestinians and hatred of Iran is in no way anti-Semitic. Screaming that criticism is anti-Semitic is a ploy of Zionists to shut down any criticism the apartheid state known as Israel.

More sympathy for the terrorist Hamas' people, and more anti-semitism.

That type of pro-Hamas thinking is more dangerous than a firearm in the hands of a teenager.

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Israel should steal more palestinian land! They know the US will say nothing about it.

Shameless hypocrisy from Israel! The only Country with Nukes and that regularly bombs its neighbours in the ME!

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RegBilkToday  11:39 am JST

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More sympathy for the terrorist Hamas' people, and more anti-semitism.

That type of pro-Hamas thinking is more dangerous than a firearm in the hands of a teenager.

Weird that I never once mentioned support for Hamas; it’s not even a logical inference from my post.

Odd that it’s acceptable for you to accuse me of sympathy for a terrorist organization when I have simply pointed out facts about Israel and Biden selling it billions in weapons to countries Iran.

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The Hamas are two parts. The civilian wing taking care of the Palestinian people. And the military wing fight the Israelis. They came to power on the Gaza strip because Israel demanded elections.

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*to counter Iran

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zichiToday  01:18 pm JST

The Hamas are two parts. The civilian wing taking care of the Palestinian people. And the military wing fight the Israelis. They came to power on the Gaza strip because Israel demanded elections.

And Hamas won those elections. Some people don’t really appreciate democracy; they simply pay lip service to it.

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P. SmithToday  01:23 pm JST

And Hamas won those elections. Some people don’t really appreciate democracy; they simply pay lip service to it.

Hilarious!

Sympathy for an elected terrorist group.

Sums up the Democratic platform.

Out of whack.

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Sympathy for an elected terrorist group.

How is pointing out that they were elected sympathy? Trump was elected, I have no sympathy for the idiots who did that.

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Pointing out Israel’s constant abuse of the Palestinians and hatred of Iran is in no way anti-Semitic. Screaming that criticism is anti-Semitic is a ploy of Zionists to shut down any criticism the apartheid state known as Israel.

I personally don't like the word "Zionist" but I otherwise agree.

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Sympathy for an elected terrorist group.

Sums up the Democratic platform.

Out of whack.

"Democracy is bad" - a very cool and informed opinion from a good and well-adjusted person.

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So you don't have sympathy for those who elected Hamas, a designated terrorist group.

Eh? How does pointing out that Hamas was elected show sympathy or lack thereof in either direction?

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Israel is the biggest threat to peace in the Middle East

That’s like saying Iran is a symbol of freedom and democracy.

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