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in response to reader comment: American visiting US Jerusalem consulate: "I felt like an interloper, not an American citizen..."

Submitted by Shishir (United Arab Emirates), Oct 5, 2008 at 04:05

Sadly Im not surprised. All these State Dept types are the same.They have a tendency to "go native" (let us leave aside for now the fact that Jerusalem is in Israel,not PA territories; which would make their actions even more bizarre).

I recently saw a Khaleej Times Op ed(local UAE newspaper) praising Barack Obama for being the choice of hundreds of US diplomats,state dept officials,correspondants etc. I wonder why.....

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