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From the Obama to the Trump State Department: Nothing Has Changed

27 Tammuz 5777 21 July 2017   The News on the Israel Street Temple Mount news . . . Following our blistering blog of yesterday in which your humble servant castigated our government for being “craven” and giving in to … Continue reading

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