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The race to vilify Israel may be on, but at the end of the day none of the participants in this inane competition will emerge victorious. There are those who believe that crossing the finish line first and issuing the quickest and strongest condemnation of Israel translates into a victory. In truth, however, the real winner is the State of Israel, which consistently perseveres in the face of great adversity.
As for Israel’s opponents who run to disparage it at every turn, they will inevitably falter before they reach the finish line – leaving Israel to run a celebratory lap, head held high.
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