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Dispatch From the Holy Land

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Judith Miller is at the annual Herzliya Conference, where she finds worry not only over what may transpire in Egypt, but in the U.S. administration’s apparent abandonment of Hosni Mubarak, who was no less (or no more) the person he is now as he was for the prior three decades, when the United States eagerly backed him.

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The trouble is that the US has a history of supporting despots such as Noriega and Saddam Hussein when it suits their purpose despite what they’ve done to their people in those countries.

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