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9-11 Evil

This fawning devotion to Israel has reached the level of absurdity, even in the Oval Office, as can be gathered from this hilarious quote by Bill Clinton at a speech he gave before a Jewish audience: "The Israelis know that if the Iraqi or the Iranian army came across the Jordan River. I would personally grab a rifle, get in a ditch, and fight and die" (August 3, 2002). The preposterousness of this statement is so off-the-charts (not to mention the visual image of Party Boy Bill with a Monica-cigar in his mouth crawling through the trenches in a Marine uniform) that it doesn't need any further comment. The same applies to President George W. Bush, who was described by Rabbi Marvin Hier (founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center) as such: "I have never heard any American president, from Reagan to Clinton, ally himself so closely with the Israeli position." To prove his loyalty, Bush has frequently been photographed with a yarmulke on his head, or saluting the Israeli flag. So when the subject of Israeli spying in the U.S. is examined, it's not hard to imagine why it has been tolerated for so long in certain quarters. Two of the most recent operations, and certainly the largest that we know of, both took place after the September 11 terrorist attacks. In all, a total of 120 Israeli spies were arrested, detained, and/or deported; yet most Americans never heard anything about it. Jane's Information Group, a highly respected UK publication that analyzes global intelligence and the defense industry, reported on March 13. 2002:


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