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Self-reliance is absolute when you can rely on NO ONE. Don't trust and verify.

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Submitted by steven L (United States), Jul 16, 2015 at 18:20

I believe in Israeli ingenuity to do what is necessary to protect herself.

In spite of many decades of oil revenues, the Islamic world is digging an ever deeper hole for itself. There are of course plenty of excuses to explain and justify this "great result". The presence of IL in the ME must be the prime reason for the Muslims and the antisemites.

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