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October 05, 2006 - Image 8

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-10-05

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"Israel's need for secure
borders is no more
important than
the Palestinians'
call for self-
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Many Democrats Have A New Vision For America's Foreign Policy.

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Once Israel could count on the
Democratic Party Sadly, that's changing.

A recent poll showed when Hezbollah
launched their attacks last July, only 43%
of Democrats supported Israel—while
84% of Republicans did.

Even worse, local Democratic organiza-
tions are calling for a more "balanced"
approach towards the Middle East. One
platform even states that Israel currently
"violates international law."' In Minnesota, a
former member of the Nation of Islam
was recently chosen as the Democratic
nominee for Congress. Anti-Israel voices
like Al Sharpton, Cindy Sheehan and
Michael Moore are becoming increasingly
influential in their Party. And in Illinois,

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Democratic Governor, Rod Blagojevich,
appointed a Nation of Islam leader to the
state's Hate Crimes Commission.

Even former President Jimmy Carter
opposed Israel's right to defend herself from
Hezbollah's missile attacks.

What will happen if the Democrats get
control of the House?

Congressmen who don't support Israel,
such as John Conyers, John Dingell and
Jim Moran, will be making important
policy decisions for America.

It's time to ask, if we can't count on the
Democratic Party, should they be able
to count on us?

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Support for Israel
by Party.

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Source: Wall Street Journal/NBC

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