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Netanyahu’s Legacy of Hate Defines His Long Goodbye

Israel’s prime minister will not go quietly. The question for his opponents is whether they can repair the damage he has inflicted. On Wednesday, Benjamin Netanyahu was toppled from power after 12 consecutive years as Israel’s prime minister. He served an earlier three-year term as well, making him the longest serving leader in the country’s history. 

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Washington, Europe will wait to see if Bibi stays or goes

A source in the White House National Security Council told Al-Monitor, “The administration is carefully watching the Israeli elections but is committed not to be seen as interfering in them.”

When Genocide is Permissible

If there’s one character that we can admire of the Cabal, it’s the tenacity of purpose. The will to accomplish a goal with full resolve has been and still is a defining trait of the Cabalists.
The only problem is: their primary objective for all the things they do is to annihilate all of us. After all, they are the Chosen People.
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