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Nothing to Ponder About Israel's Destiny - Such Does Not Rise or Fall on What Someone Else Thinks President Trump Might Do

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Apr 3, 2017 at 17:12

And here we have yet another instance of putting word an opinion in place of actual words, the opinion merely a desire to see something that otherwise would not have a place to stand in the court of truth. India is in a precarious place of her own when it comes to Iranian invectives be hurled towards Israel: query: What does India stand to lose if Iran cannot get her way in the region (meaning eliminating Israel) by condescending covert activities in the region towards non-Muslim countries like India. Does the Indian government really know enough about President Trump to believe opinions: or does India expect the truth to explode on her own borders, with, like, the Kashmir at stake? What position should the United States take on that?

Too many people are promulgating their own version of what President Trump may or may not do: why not try giving him the benefit of the doubt and not listen to his enemies put their thoughts, and not Donald J's words, out there for comment?


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