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Global Division Over Israel. Why? (Part 3)

Senator Joe Lieberman said it perfectly in a Time magazine article: “I’m afraid that the U.S. has sent a message that we’re going to be less engaged in the world than we have been at other times in our history and I’m afraid that encourages some others to try to take advantage of us and our allies. It’s not just President Obama and the U.S. government, I think in many ways it’s the Europeans as well.”

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Global Division Over Israel. Why? (Part 2)

Islam is no longer contained in the cocoon of the Muslim countries of the Middle East. Muslims have immigrated west in large numbers to many European countries and the United States bringing with them their Islamic theology and ideology. It should be no surprise, then, to read that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world today.

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Global Division Over Israel. Why? (Part 1)

As an American, I am familiar with political division. There is always an ongoing battle of Democrats vs. Republicans, Liberals vs. Conservatives, and the list goes on. Yet as Israel’s operation in Gaza seems to be winding down I’ve noticed a tangible global division over the matter of Israel more than ever.

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