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Shavua Tov
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So he cut 1 million dollars? Very nice. How much am I still contributing to this worthless venture through my taxes?

It’s time for the UN to get out of Israel and for Israel to stop funding the UN. Whatever we get from them isn’t worth it.

He started this with the Wye convention
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He started this with the Wye convention

It’s his own da– fault

What has the UN got to do with this?
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What has the UN got to do with this?

The UN has no control over UNESCO’s decisions. He can’t cut Israel’s contribution to UNESCO, because Israel hasn’t given them a penny in years — and neither has the USA.

Stop funding the UN it's a BAD investment!
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Stop funding the UN it's a BAD investment!

Moshiach Now!

Isn't  Unesco,
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Isn't Unesco,

an offshoot, extension or affiliate of the UN?

UNESCO's decisions it's A reflection of Israeli government!
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UNESCO's decisions it's A reflection of Israeli government!

The real problem is that Bibi gave Hebron to the terrorists in the ‘Hebron Agreement’, and for eight years now he has not given permission to the Jews to build in Hebron, Judea&Samaria and even in Jerusalem, as if this does not belong to the Jews!
If this is what prime minister dose, how will the nations behave differently?

#6 made a brilliant and very valid point.
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#6 made a brilliant and very valid point.

I like what Bibi is doing these days, but it’s true that some of his earlier decisions helped cause this Hebron mess, in the first place.
Many Israeli had met with the Rebbe OBM and he gave them all advice on what to do and how to act.
Not one of them ever precisely followed (I am not sure they followed the Rebbe’s advice at all, but definitely they did not all of it and most likely not even half of it), what the Rebbe had told them.
If they had, Israel would be much better off today then they are.

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Bib

Gave away hebron… now it has come to this

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