The Day Israel Attacked America (2014) - In 1967, at the height of the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War, the Israeli Air Force launched an unprovoked attack on the USS Liberty, a US Navy spy ship that was monitoring the conflict from the safety of international waters in the Mediterranean.

It doesn't matter- it's Israel.

a strong (paid) presence on reddit and on the internet in general (they have been caught dozens of times posting or editing wiki articles, uploading false information, etc). Proof?

You could talk about this (and it's been posted plenty of times) until you are "blue in the face", but no major US/Australian/French/English news outlet will ever pick it up and broadcast it, no politician will ever bring it up, and if they do- they'll get buried or labeled anti semitic. Are you kidding me? CNN, New York times and vice news are extremely anti Israeli.

They snub the USA and England on a regular basis, Netanyahu straight out makes bullshit allegations about entire groups of people, kills and bombs at will, encourages an apartheid policy, and openly laughs about the treatment of Palestinians and Muslims. It never matters.

Netanyahu is an ass hole. I agree with that but his government just passed a complete reform of treating minorities (Israeli Arabs) including huge budgets.

They openly spy on us right now and the only thing that happens to their spys is that it makes the news for a few hours (if it leaks somehow), then they get deported. No Gitmo or jail time for

Everyone spies and overy one. Wake up.

The majority of the Israeli "public", when surveyed, is well versed and trained to claim that they don't agree with Netanyahu and that he is not well liked in Israel, but that's just bullshit- he's reelected in some way at some high profile gov't position year after year after year. He's like Putin- but allied with us, and a lot more heartless.

Haha that's a joke. you think they train us in high school to lie to the media? Or maybe there's an agent with sunglasses that knocks on our door and tells us what to say. Netanyahu is unfortunately reelected because most Israelis see the things like this: we tried to offer them peace and their lands three times, they said no. They attack civilians whenever they have a chance, we attack only to stop them. Did you happen to think why there's relatively nothing going on in Gaza now? Hamas is regrouping and as soon as they can they'll attack using civilians as human shields.

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