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Daybreak: Bibi Rallies the Faithful

Plus DSK in big trouble, and more in the news

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn.(Richard Drew-Pool/Getty Images)

• Prime Minister Netanyahu told the AIPAC Policy Conference that Israel will not retreat to “indefensible” 1967 borders. Good thing no one asked it to! [Haaretz]

• Members of Move Over AIPAC successfully interrupted his speech several times. [Ynet]

• There is said to be DNA evidence (oh boy) tying Dominique Strauss-Kahn to the maid who is accusing him of attempted rape. [NYT]

• The European Union followed the U.S. in imposing sanctions directly on Syrian President Bashar Assad. [NYT]

• Prominent Egyptian presidential candidate Amr Moussa blamed Israel for the peace process’s failure. [JPost]

• The IDF released actual video of Iron Dome, the missile defense system, working. [NYT]

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Yaakov Hillel says:

Does Marc tracy have a habit of picking through the garbage cans of history? Not everything that some newsrag prints is fact. Generally the opposite is the truth.

Garry says:

Noone has asked Israel to move back to the 1967 borders? Just read any copy of Haaretz. Never mind the quartet. The Israeli left is kicking ands creaming every day that this must be done.

Garry says:

Some spelling errors- No one and screaming. Sorry for the typos.

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