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Bringing up Bibi

Original post made by Tom Cushing, Danville, on Sep 20, 2011

I recall the foreboding I felt in 1967, at the prospect of a war between tiny Israel and its Arab neighbors. It seemed impossible for these latter-day Davids to defeat the Arab Goliath surrounding them on all sides. A slaughter would surely ensue. I was astonished and elated that the Israeli military put their attackers to rout, and later ran the Egyptian Army all the way out of the Sinai Peninsula.

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