April 26, 2014

U.S. Shouldn't Be Even-Handed in the Mideast

Asaf Romirowsky, Ynet News

The Associated Press

US support for Palestinian statehood, despite Palestinians' endorsement of terrorism, creates contradiction between policy towards Palestinians and other policies towards radical Islam.

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TAGGED: Middle East, United States, Israel

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