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Israel needs to win for whom?

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Submitted by Anubhav Singh (India), Jul 24, 2006 at 08:12

the muted response from G8 could be a signal that govts across the world for the sake of political correctness are not coming out with actions that are required to stop islamic terrorism. hence, they are banking on Israel to act as vanguard.

All the G8s face islamic terror (including Russia). so I guess, Israel is a world leader on this issue. Never mind if some in G8 think the Jews owe it to them! Israel should seize the moment. Just keep China in the loop.

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