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Should Israel Commemorate Turkish Airmen?

4 Nissan 5778 20 March 2018   “Photo of the Day” A picture of U.S. Ambassador David Friedman placed on the official website of PLO Chairman Mahmoud Abbas yesterday:    The News on the Israel Street Palestinian terror in the last 24 hours … Continue reading

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