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The Kirya military base and its signature intelligence tower in the center of Tel Aviv are slated for dismantling over the next two years, leaving behind prime real estate for development. Altogether the IDF move is expected to generate 100,000 new housing units.

It’s all part of our ongoing quest for knowledge, see?

Is there any law this administration won’t break, then lie about it, then be pressed to admit they were lying in the first place?

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The European Commission would have none of it, of course, calling the revelation “unacceptable.”

“This piece of news follows a series of other revelations which, as we clearly stated in the past, if proven true, are unacceptable and deserve our strongest condemnation,” their spokesman said. “This is not the type of behavior that we expect from strategic partners, let alone from our own member states.”

Of course, any discussion of the U.S. spying on Israel brings to mind the Jonathan Pollard issue, and whether Israeli leaders should not demand that America compensate Israel by letting the poor fellow go home.

Naturally, to do that, Israeli leaders need to want the poor fellow to go free…

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16 COMMENTS

  1. This is nothing new. Condi Rice ordered the CIA to create personal files on everyone of importance in Israel and then used it to blackmail them in negotiations. She was every bit as devious as obama.

  2. and that idiot ehud olmert was busy saying how marvelous america is and how we should give away the land quicker for our friends america.. and barak the arrogant fool .. why look how much the usa loves you honey. the same people sellign us out where being spied on by their lovers… ha ha ha.. wake up israel america is not our friend.. get real.

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