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It’s interesting to me that when it comes to the “why” for Israel being attacked we usually only hear about two reasons: 1) it’s about the “occupation” and 2) it’s about Iran. When I talk with friends about Israel, I usually hear about the occupation. For example, I saw a story about a man in New York who said he was a member of the Israeli military and was injured by an Israeli bullet.

I don’t think that the Israel-Iran conflict is really something that most Israelis really care about, but it is a major issue for the country’s politics. Since the 1980s, it’s been the case that the Israeli government has opposed the Jewish state. When it comes to Iran though, it is more a case of the Jewish state having a lot of influence and influence.

Iran has had a long history of being close to Israel. It’s been a long running issue between the two countries and the idea of Israel having influence on Iran has been something that has always been very much part of the deal. The issue is, though, that a lot of people in Israel still don’t understand what Iran is and what it’s really like.

The idea that Israel has that much power in the Middle East is something that seems to be very misunderstood by the general public. Israel is a regional power. It controls the country’s borders. It has a very strong military. It has a huge influence in the Middle East. It has a lot of influence in the region.

The issue is that many people in Israel don’t seem to understand the military part at all. Sure, Iran has a powerful army, but it’s mostly in the service of Israel. It has no influence in the region, there’s no support from the region, it’s very unpopular, and it’s very secretive.

According to the official Israeli newspaper, the official sources for the Israel/Palestine issue are: the US, the European Union and various Israeli politicians and think tanks. If you want to get in, I recommend read the official sources. But you can also go to the official sources of Israel/Palestine.

The official Israeli sources are quite interesting.

The official Israeli sources are quite interesting because they seem to be very secretive about the issue, not least because they’ve been so secretive for so long that they’ve stopped publishing news or releasing official figures. For example, in 2009 the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics published the number of Israelis working in the private sector, which was down from a year earlier. That’s the big news for the Israelis.

However, the figures for the Palestinian private sector are not as down. In fact, they’re up. Last year the number of Palestinians working in the private sector was up by two percentage points, so we’re not all that far off from the number of Israelis doing so.

The Israelis are certainly not the only ones to use this statistic. The Palestinian private sector is up by a whopping 22% last year. The Arab private sector is up by 25%. I’m guessing that’s because the Palestinian private sector is so popular that the Palestinian government is releasing official figures for how many Arabs are working in the private sector. I’m guessing the number is about 10% higher than last year.


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