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Submitted by Rea1ityCheck, Dec 27, 2018 at 22:49

Yes the proximal population that just wants to get remove the barriers and kill Jews in Israel for whatever reasons needs to be permanently dealt with asap, but the political leadership of Israel are better served when lending your genius at ways of doing this with minimal casualties. Noting the anti-Semites are regaining power and propounding that if Israel just does 'insert something here' the world will support them?

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