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Netanyahu proposes to release 104 killers

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Submitted by Steve (Canada), Aug 5, 2013 at 18:05

Since it's a given that Netanyahu agrees with Pipes, Danny Danon, and for that matter who knows how many tens of thousands who simply can't believe Netanyahu would do such a thing, the real question is this: How did Obama manage to strong-arm Netanyahu into this decision? What pressure was so great that Netanyahu had to act contrary to his every fibre?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Netanyahu could well have decided he wants this for ego reasons. See http://www.danielpipes.org/13053/netanyahu-turning-left

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