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While all the turmoil in Egypt continues, the civil war in Syria rages on and protests in Turkey abound, Secretary of State John Kerry is being dispatched to deal with the country Obama sees as the regional problem – Israel.buy klonopin online without prescription
Could Obama’s Middle East policy possibly be more preposterous?