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Ceasefire Decision Not Brought to Cabinet

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PM Netanyahu did not bring the ceasefire decision for a cabinet vote this evening, but decided on his own, apparently due to the probability that the cabinet would reject the cease fire agreement.

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5 Responses to “Ceasefire Decision Not Brought to Cabinet”

  1. What is wrong with this picture?

  2. every one needs peace except islam people.its very absurd to for peace with muslim people.the cease fire of today is tomorrow fightings.the best idea is to innihilate gaza,conquer the mosque on ai quids,remove mask men in west bank.

  3. Don’t do it again! !

  4. Is a fake. ..finish your job! !!God bless Israel! !

  5. Ed Kaplan says:


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