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    Exclamation Israel Feels Alone Without the U.S. in Afghanistan

    Our closest ally and US taxpayers funded only non-racist non-blowback-generating democracy in the mideast feelin so lonely again:



    Video purports to show Biden asleep in meeting with Israeli PM

    A clip saying Joe Biden fell asleep in a meeting with Naftali Bennett has been misleadingly cropped
    The short segment isolated in the posts begins at the 12:42 minute mark. At the 13:14 minute mark, U.S. President Joe Biden continues speaking, but this has been cut out of the clips being shared online. August 30, 2021 Photo by C-SPAN


    Israel Feels Alone Without the U.S. in Afghanistan

    The threat of extremism will force it to demonstrate its own military prowess.

    By Zev Chafets
    September 2, 2021

    Don’t forget about us.
    Source: Bloomberg

    Zev Chafets is a journalist and author of 14 books. He was a senior aide to Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and the founding managing editor of the Jerusalem Report Magazine.

    The geographic distance between Tel Aviv and Kabul is roughly 2,000 miles. But after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Israel is worried that the Taliban and its radical allies are right next door.

    This is a point that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made in his meeting with President Joe Biden on the eve of the American evacuation. “We live in the world’s toughest neighborhood,” Bennett said. “We’ve got ISIS on our southern border [in Sinai], Hezbollah on our northern border, Islamic Jihad, Hamas and Iranian militias that surround us. And they all want to annihilate the Jewish state.”
    bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-09-06/china-s-common-prosperity-goal-ends-in-a-middle-income-trap


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    Israeli Experts Say US Pullout from Afghanistan Sending Wrong Message to Middle East and Beyond

    08-13-2021
    Julie Stahl, CBNNews.com
    JERUSALEM, Israel - After nearly 20 years, the US is pulling its troops out of Afghanistan, leaving a power vacuum that is quickly filling up with the radical Taliban group.
    And some Israeli experts are concerned that the US pullout is sending the wrong message to the Middle East and others like China, Russia, Iran and Turkey.


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    These kinds of things always give us an insight into the minds of people who are trying their best to control US policy, and for instance why there's such big media pushback against the Biden pullout.
    The enemy of my enemy may be worse than my enemy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti-Neocon View Post
    These kinds of things always give us an insight into the minds of people who are trying their best to control US policy, and for instance why there's such big media pushback against the Biden pullout.
    Perhaps so.
    But Biden's cold approach towards our closest democratic ally could put GOP (pro 'keep troops in Afghanistan to keep an eye on Iran" & pro W Bush wings) in a bind.






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