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It all sounds lovely BUT ....

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Submitted by Alex B (United States), Feb 7, 2021 at 12:56

Do you think that in Biden's era the Israel Victory Project is still relevant?
Wasn't the very sovereignty of Israel in E Jerusalem as anywhere else within the pre-1967 war areas controlled by Israel under frontal attack by Obama/Biden team? The UNSC resolution 2234, among other things, comes to mind.

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It will be more difficult now, but Israel Victory is a policy for good times and bad alike.

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