May 18, 2011

The New Arab Tactic Against Israel

Eugene Kontorovich, National Review

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A large organized mob can be as forceful as an armed military unit.

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TAGGED: West Bank, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Israel, Spain, Morocco, Western Sahara

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