Freeman Note Re: Two Wounded in Terror Attack; Leaders Blame Obama

Shapiro, Bernard J.; Miskin, Maayana
November 2010
Maccabean;Nov2010, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p22
The article discusses the call by the Freeman Center for Strategic Studies, a Texas-based research center that aids Israel in its quest for survival in a hostile world, for Israelis to recognize that the policies of their own leaders are leading to the murder of more Jews. It refers to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's acquiescence to U.S. President Barack Obama's request to stop expelling terrorists and to release those from Jewish prisons. It calls for Israelis to stop blaming Obama and to start accepting their own responsibility.


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