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Especially in the West, people have no clue what Israel endures day in and day out. Thanks to heavily biased mass media reports, most of us only hear about Israel’s “acts of aggression,” when in reality these are required strikes to defend the country from the nonstop barrage of rockets from Gaza, etc. G-d fearing people around the world need to know the truth!

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