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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Israel to reject UN vote on 'Palestinian statehood'

In a direct declaration of defiance of the United Nations today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that no matter how the U.N. General Assembly votes today on "Palestinian statehood," Israel will stand firm in defense of its interests in protecting its citizens against terrorism and preserving "the 4,000 year old bond between Israel and the land of Israel."

The United Nations plans to strip Israel of land that has been held by the Hebrews and their descendants, on and off, since 3,000 B.C. The entire region was seized by Muslims centuries ago and held firmly in the grip of Islam until 1948 when the Jewish homeland was reestablished.

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