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Follow the money?

Reader comment on item: An Israeli Gas Pipeline to Turkey? Bad Idea

Submitted by philleshfan (United States), Dec 22, 2015 at 13:59

As a Jew, I hate to promote an old stereotype, but when it fits....follow the money. We/Israel will make a profit on the gas sold to the Islamic terrorists of Turkey, just as we, presumably, make a profit on the fuel, electricity, food, water and building supplies we/Israel provide to the Islamic terrorists in Gaza.

Both of these groups - Turkay and Gaza - want us/Israel to cease to exist. And we are helping them with their desires. G-d surely sits on high and cries.

Submitting....

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