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Nazi Military Investigation Torture Open with Court Warrant!

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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The prisoner Arbid (44 years), since the beginning of the week, in the hospital, “Hadassah Ein Karem”, after being tortured during interrogation by the “Shabak” occupation, after obtaining a “judicial authorization”, allegedly leading a Palestinian cell accused by the occupation of the implementation of “Dolip “About a month ago, an Israeli settlement was killed.

Arbid suffers from several internal fractures, kidney problems and internal bleeding in the lungs. He was also beaten throughout the body, following a military interrogation on the pretext of extracting information.

Live testimony from the military investigation

The editor, “Mahmoud Abu Dawood,” from Hebron, south of the Nazi occupied West Bank, details of living with military torture in the Nazi of the occupation, where he was arrested five times, a total of nine years.

Mahmoud Abu Daoud, the brother of the martyr Raed, and his other brother, deported to Gaza, Ayman, were subjected to a military investigation at the Jalama interrogation center, which started on September 5, 2010, and it was Ramadan. September 9 “, which is under military investigation, during which he moved from” Ashkelon to Jalame. “

He told Al- Quds Al- Akhbar that abuses and attacks by the Nahshon forces were carried out from Ashkelon to Jalame by being severely handcuffed and covered with glasses that resemble divers’ glasses so that he could not see anything and was transported in a cell-like structure isolated from Outside world.

As a prelude to the start of the military investigation, Nazi Gestapo interrogators prevented him from sleeping for 80 hours before being told by a general-level intelligence officer that his interrogation reached dangerous levels, especially after confessions against him, regarding his relationship with the martyr Nashat al-Karmi, which killed four settlers.

“General occupation”, told “Mahmoud” that he had hours to take a decision to confess before 12 pm, but he considered that his words, just a threat, to know that the military investigation is carried out in accordance with the Zionist concept with those they consider a “time bomb”, and the occupation claims that not Their recognition will lead to operations that could kill Nazi’s.

Hours later, the interrogators were present and asked to confess before the military interrogation began.

At 12 p.m., the date that the occupation investigators put forward as a time limit for confession, one of the interrogators slapped him in the face and insulted him and began the torture party, and his hands were immediately broken and tied back, and the feet also tied up with smaller restrictions. They placed him on the chair in a transverse angle so that the whole body was shivered and the stomach was tightened.

According to Mahmoud’s account, 4 interrogators of the occupation, who share the same torture, one of them holds a timer calculated for each round of torture, and continue to scream to confuse the prisoner and affect his psyche, especially since he did not taste the taste of sleep for long hours, and then be relaxed to hit his head to the ground.

As for the second type of torture, he explained in his version of ” Jerusalem “, that he began to sit in a small chair and one of the interrogators pull his hands, while the other put his knees on the testicles of the prisoner and hands on his throat, and continue to press together.

According to Abu Dawood, the third type is to stop the prisoner on half a knee in the room, and during the hours of torture is only sent to the cell once, and the severity of the beatings were carried by the jailers pregnancy, and the entry into the bathroom crawled.

The chapters of torture continue during the military interrogation.One of the types is that the prisoner stands in half of the room.An interrogator comes quickly and hits him with his knee on the outer area of ​​the thigh and can throw him a meter from his place, in addition to the pain caused by this type of torture.

Insults also continue, and the investigators of the occupation continue to insult the prisoner with his offer, religion and Lord, amid psychological pressure and screaming facilities for beatings and torture.

All this passes on Abu Dawood during the Eid, as people grow up with joy, and investigators have used it to pressure him too, to weaken his psyche. He once tried to rub his beard with his hand tied, but one interrogator told him they might consider it an assault attempt and serve as a pretext to re-break it.

A month and a half after the torture ended with him, the effects of beatings on his body did not go away.At that time, a lawyer from a human rights organization filed a case against the intelligence services for torturing Mahmoud, but the court rejected his claim, claiming that Mahmoud was a “time bomb”, although he only ruled in the case. Years which he told the lawyer.

He noted, “Abu Dawood” that the military investigation is a real humanitarian crime, and different from the normal investigation into suspicious types of torture, and used with the occupation claims that the prisoner “time bomb” to justify crimes against him.

It is noteworthy that torture during the investigation led to the death of the prisoner Abdul Samad Harizat in the nineties, the occupation enacted a law to make the military investigation private and not public for all prisoners who are subjected to psychological and coercive pressures to extract confessions, while the types of physical torture fatal during the military, claiming to obtain a judicial warrant Thus, claiming “time bomb”.

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The occupation forces arrested 10 Palestinians from different areas of the West Bank

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Illegally occupied West Bank: Nazi occupying forces launched a series of arrests and raids throughout the occupied West Bank on Monday.

At dawn on Monday, the Nazi occupation forces arrested at least ten Palestinians after they raided and searched their houses in various parts of the occupied West Bank .

According to a statement of the Nazi army, this morning, his forces arrested 10 Palestinian citizens in different parts of the West Bank, whom he described as “wanted”; for allegedly carrying out activities related to resistance .

Two Palestinians were arrested in the village of Mazraa al-Gharbiya, north of Ramallah in the central West Bank, and a resident of Dheisheh refugee camp south of Bethlehem, south of the village of Anza, south of Jenin, amid clashes in the village .

They also arrested a young man from the town of Kafel Haris, west of the city of Salfit (north), and raided the Handala cultural center, and seized its contents in the village of Safa, west of Ramallah .

Nazi forces raided the houses of the freed prisoner Karam Mahmoud Amr and his father and wreaked havoc inside them in the city of Dura, southwest of Hebron (south) .

On Sunday evening, Israeli troops stormed Al-Mutla ‘Hospital (Augusta Victoria) in the Mount of Olives neighborhood in the illegally occupied city of Jerusalem, accompanied by sniffer dogs. Weapon .

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How Naziyahu mainstreamed his dark, anti-democratic vision for ‘Israel’

How Netanyahu mainstreamed his dark, anti-democratic vision for Israel

By attacking the judiciary, bringing extremists into his coalition, and trying to subvert voting rights, Benjamin Netanyahu has presented a dark vision of an anti-democratic future for Israeli politics.

By Harry Reis

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech at Likud headquarters on election night, Tel Aviv, September 17, 2019. (Gili Yaari/Flash90)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech at Likud headquarters on election night, Tel Aviv, September 17, 2019. (Gili Yaari/Flash90)

Benjamin Netanyahu emerged from September’s repeat elections a failure. Denied his desired majority, the prime minister’s only real hope of retaining power now depends on building a national unity government with Blue and White, a party that has pledged never to sit with him so long as the cloud of pending indictment looms over his head.

But the stakes of the election outcome are far higher than the political survival of one man. Throughout these last two rounds of forced elections, Israelis glimpsed an anti-democratic future – one controlled by a narrow immunity-annexationist coalition that would have protected Netanyahu as a man above the law. While Netanyahu failed to emerge with the majority required to enact that dark future, his irregular maneuvers over the course of the past two elections — attacking the judiciary, inviting extremists into his coalition, and undermining voting rights — upended a number of key democratic norms.

Elections as a legal ploy

First, let’s remember how we got here. Netanyahu’s 2018 decision to dissolve his government and call elections to be held in April of this year was a legal strategy intended to preempt, delay, and evade indictment on three open corruption cases against him. In so doing, Netanyahu exploited the tools of democracy to help him escape justice, seeking to strengthen his hand against prosecutors by renewing his mandate from the public, while pursuing a new government that would deliver a special law granting him immunity from prosecution.

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Netanyahu and his Likud party emerged from the April elections with only a slight lead over his main opponents, Blue and White — a troop of ex-IDF generals led by former Chief of Staff Benny Gantz and the secularist former television anchor Yair Lapid. Netanyahu’s desperate efforts to assemble a narrow, right-wing government were thwarted by his hawkish former aide, Avigdor Liberman, who refused to join a government with ultra-Orthodox parties. Under Israeli law, when the frontrunner fails to form a government, the president should tap the next candidate who is likely to secure a majority in the Knesset.

But still facing corruption charges and denied a path to immunity, Netanyahu would not countenance his rival, Gantz, getting his due. Instead, he whipped the votes to have the Knesset dissolve itself, triggering new elections in September.

Subverting the judiciary

Netanyahu’s legal woes determined much of his wild electioneering throughout 2019’s two election campaigns. In February, two months out from the elections, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced his intention to indict Netanyahu, pending a hearing. This sparked the prime minister’s Trump-like lashing out against the judiciary itself, and over the course of the campaign, he called the case against him a “witch hunt” and a conspiracy of the “left” designed to “to topple the right-wing government” which he led. He spared no vitriol in attacking the standard-bearers of justice — not just Mandelblit (whom he had appointed), but the state prosecutor, the Israel Police, and, of course, the media. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Esther Hayut called his campaign against the judiciary “degrading, lowly and unrestrained.”

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Tens of thousands of Palestinian citizens in ‘Israel’ protest gun violence, organized crime

Citing years of police indifference and a state policy that has exacerbated gun violence and organized crime among Palestinians in Israel, members of the community consider boycott as a new tactic.

By Suha Arraf

Chairman of the Joint List, MK Ayman Odeh, at the protest against gun violence and organized crime in Palestinian communities in Israel, October 3, 2019. (Courtesy of the Joint List)

Chairman of the Joint List, MK Ayman Odeh, at the protest against gun violence and organized crime in Palestinian communities in Israel, October 3, 2019. (Courtesy of the Joint List)

More than 20,000 Palestinian citizens of Israel protested against gun violence on Thursday, in the northern Galilee town of Majd al-Krum. Demonstrators called out Israeli police for failing to do their job in fighting organized crime in Palestinian communities in Israel.

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The protest came in response to the murder of two brothers, Ahmad and Khalil Mana’, who were killed in a brawl in Majd al-Krum earlier this week. The murder took place in broad daylight, as children were leaving a nearby school, not far from the local police station. The third victim, Mohammad Saba’, died of his wounds on Thursday.

The demonstration coincided with a general strike in Palestinian cities and towns inside Israel over the same grievances. Both actions were organized as part of a ‘state of emergency’ declared by the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee, an umbrella organization that represents the country’s Palestinian citizens, together with the Joint List party and the mayor of Majd al-Krum, Salim Salibi.

Since the start of the year, 72 Palestinian citizens of Israel have fallen victim to gun violence and organized crime in the community. In search of new ways to confront this epidemic, Palestinian clerics, mayors and political representatives called on the Palestinian community to boycott families and businesses associated with arms dealers and gun violence suspects. Some even urged members of the community to boycott weddings and funerals of those implicated in gun violence.

Some lawyers joined the boycott, pledging not to represent clients suspected of gun violence from now on. “One rotten apple can spoil the barrel,” said attorney Noreen Nashef from the city of Taybeh in central Israel. “We all need to play a part in this struggle against violence. As lawyers, we must lead by example. We have a moral part to play, and it is just as much our responsibility as that of the politicians.”

Criminal attorney Maram Hamoud from the village of Deir Hanna in the north wrote in a Facebook post: “It is a matter of principle. It is the moral and ethical thing to do, after realizing that Israel has an intentional policy, dictated by the Defense Ministry and the police, to fuel the flames and let the violence spread in Palestinian towns and cities.”

“Israeli police easily release those suspected of holding [illegal] arms. Even in interrogations, police do not take their job seriously, sometimes purposefully sabotaging an investigation,” added Hamoud. “The criminals walk free among us with full backing from police. Most of them are recruited as informants for the state’s intelligence.”

“The internal security service surveils our every move, so how likely is it that they still cannot figure out who the criminals are?” asked Hamoud. “In Deir Hanna, we know who the shooters are, how is it possible that police have not figured it out yet? They have not even brought anyone in for questioning.”

Hamoud believes this is a political strategy the state is implementing to push Palestinian citizens toward despair, so that they leave the country of their own will. “They legitimize this violence against us by claiming we are dangerous criminals,” he added.

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Nazi regime is trying to hide its arms sales to Duterte’s Philippines

Israel is trying to hide its arms sales to Duterte’s Philippines

Israel continues to sell arms to the world’s most oppressive regimes, but the courts won’t let the media cover the story.

By Itamar Baz

The Philippine Coast Guard presenting a shipment of 70 Israeli-made machine guns at the PCG National Headquarters Port Area on May 7, 2018. (Courtesy of Philippines Coast Guard)

The Philippine Coast Guard presenting a shipment of 70 Israeli-made machine guns at the PCG National Headquarters Port Area on May 7, 2018. (Courtesy of Philippines Coast Guard)

An Israeli court imposed a media blackout on hearings held in September regarding a state sale of weapons to the Philippine regime. The petitioners to halt the sale argued that Rodrigo Duterte, the Philippine president, was credibly accused of having committed mass atrocities, as well as grave violations of human rights and of international law.

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While a significant portion of the evidence supporting the petition against the sale was already in the public domain, Judge Gilia Ravid of the Tel Aviv District Court ruled in favor of the state’s request to exclude media coverage. Her decision was based partly on the standard concerns regarding state security and foreign policy, but more significantly, the judge accepted the state’s argument that because they were precluded from presenting evidence derived from classified material, the media would only cover the arguments presented by the plaintiff, which would result in the public receiving a distorted version of the case.

Attorney Eitay Mack submitted and argued for the petition, which was signed by 56 Israeli human rights activists. Named on the petition are Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs, and the Director of Security Exports at the Ministry of Defense.

“The current president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, is a mass murderer who condones rape, shooting women in the gentials, and blowing up schools for indigenous minorities,” wrote the petitioners. “Since Duterte took office in June 2016, after campaigning on ‘the war against drugs,’ Philippine police have executed approximately 12,000 people, according to a January 2018 report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW). Most of the executions are carried out by masked special forces officers who enter slum neighborhoods, arrest men and boys, and shoot them on the spot.” HRW reports that the number of executions has continued to rise since it published its report last year.

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How ‘Israeli’ doctors enable the Shin Bet’s torture industry

From approving brutal interrogation techniques to writing false medical reports, doctors in Israel have taken an active role in the torture of Palestinian prisoners.

By Ruchama Marton

Illustrative photo of an Israeli soldier blindfolding a Palestinian prisoner. (Nati Shohat/Flash90)

Illustrative photo of an Israeli soldier blindfolding a Palestinian prisoner. (Nati Shohat/Flash90)

If the Shin Bet runs a school for its agents and interrogators, the curriculum most certainly includes a class on how to tell a lie. The texts taught, it seems, do not change with the years. In 1993, responding to accusations that the Shin Bet brutally tortured Palestinian detainee Hassan Zubeidi, then Commander of the IDF Northern Command Yossi Peled told Israeli journalist Gabi Nitzan that “there is no torture in Israel. I served for 30 years in the IDF and I know what I am talking about.”

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Twenty-six years later, Deputy Chief of the Shin Bet and former Shin Bet interrogator, Yitzhak Ilan repeated the same line to news presenter Ya’akov Eilon on national television while speaking about Samer Arbeed, a 44-year-old Palestinian who was hospitalized in critical condition after he had been reportedly tortured by the Shin Bet. Arbeed is suspected of organizing a deadly bombing that killed a teenage Israeli girl and wounded her father and brother at a spring in the West Bank in August. Ilan bristled at the notion that the Shin Bet was somehow responsible for Arbeed’s condition.

Putting aside these absurd forms of denial, as a doctor and founder of Physicians for Human Rights – Israel, I have always been troubled by how Israeli doctors cooperate with and enable Israel’s torture industry.

In June 1993, I organized an international conference in Tel Aviv on behalf of PHR against torture in Israel. At the conference, I presented a Shin Bet medical document that had been discovered by chance by Israeli journalist Michal Sela. In the document, the Shin Bet doctor was asked whether the prisoner in question had any medical restrictions when it came to keeping them in isolation, whether they could be tied, whether their face could be covered, or whether they could be made to stand for prolonged periods of time.

The Shin Bet denied such a document ever existed. “There is no document. It was simply an experimental paper that is not in use,” the agency claimed. Four years later, a second document, suspiciously similar to the first, came to light. That document asked doctors to sign off on torture in accordance with several previously agreed-upon clauses.

The first document, along with other findings, were published in the book titled “Torture: Human Rights, Medical Ethics and the Case of Israel.” The book cannot be found in Israel; Steimatzky, Israel’s oldest and largest bookstore chain, has banned its sale. Perhaps this is further proof that there is no torture in Israel.

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Returning to Yaffa, but only as a ‘tourist’

It is hours — days, weeks, maybe some months if we’re fortunate — before my permit expires, when I would have to make my way back to the West Bank, or else Israel will deem my presence in my own ancestral city ‘illegal.’

By Mariam Barghouti

Yaffa is where my great grandfather was killed in 1947, and where my grandfather spent his childhood and adolescence. Like most Palestinian cities, Yaffa is de jure banned to most Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza by Israel. (Mariam Barghouti)

Yaffa is where my great-grandfather was killed in 1948, and where my grandfather spent his childhood and adolescence. Like most Palestinian cities, Yaffa is de jure banned to most Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza by Israel. (Mariam Barghouti)

If I were given a dollar for the number of times diplomats, journalists, activists, and policy-makers have asked me “Have you thought about speaking with Israelis?” I could buy myself a chateau in Yaffa.

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I choose Yaffa because that question rings loudly in my head whenever I visit the city. It is where my great-grandfather was killed in 1948, and where my grandfather spent his childhood and adolescence. Like most Palestinian cities, Yaffa is de jure banned to most Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza by Israel.

I was able to visit Yaffa some weeks ago, when the District Coordination Office (DCO), a part of the Israeli army’s Civil Administration that manages the day to day aspects of the occupation, issued me a travel permit. Permits are difficult to get, because they are conditional on strict yet arbitrary criteria that Israel determines.

On an intimate level, getting a permit takes a toll in that it affirms that we are only allowed to enter historic Palestine as tourists. Our visit is to remain an ephemeral experience, never with a possibility of remaining or returning.

More generally, the permit system is a reminder that Israel dictates all Palestinian movement, determining where we can go and how often we can meet one another. Even cities like Gaza, which are considered Palestinian districts, are barred from certain groups of Palestinians — I am more likely to meet fellow Palestinians from Gaza abroad than in Palestine, for example. Those in Gaza seeking to leave the strip for medical attention, often for treatment that is only available to them in the West Bank or Jerusalem, must also go through Israel’s permit regime. No matter the reason, Israel has assumed the role of providing permission for our movement — permission that can be revoked at any given moment.

I watch the beach waves undulate back and forth in Yaffa. I hear Hebrew all around me, mixed with the laughter of youth. Men, women and children lounge under umbrellas whipping in the sea breeze. Occasionally, Arabic escapes from the mouths of Palestinians who are of the city.

In 1948, after Zionist militias occupied Yaffa, a quarter of Palestinians were forced to flee. Israel’s Absentees Property Law allowed for the official confiscation of the emptied Palestinian homes and lands. Yaffa’s Old City has been turned into an Israeli artist colony. I walk feeling so foreign, yet the city is so loud with its Palestinianisms.

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Six prisoners continue their hunger strike to refuse administrative detention

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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RAMALLAH, West Bank – Six prisoners in Nazi camp have been on hunger strike to refuse their administrative detention.

According to a statement by the Prisoners and Editors’ Affairs Authority, the striking prisoners are: Ahmad Ghannam (42 years) from Dura town in Hebron governorate, has been on strike for 87 days; Ismail Ali (30 years) from Abu Dis town in Jerusalem governorate; The 46-year-old from Jenin governorate has been on strike for 70 days, Ahmad Zahran has been on hunger strike for 17 days, and Musab al-Hindi, 29, from Tal town in Nablus governorate, has been on strike for 15 days. Hiba al-Labadi, 24, from Ya’bad village in Jenin, holds Jordanian and Palestinian nationality.

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Nazi Occupation arrests 13 Palestinians in a raid in the West Bank

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

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Occupied West Bank : Nazi forces launched a dawn on Tuesday, a campaign of raids in several areas in Nablus, Hebron, Qalqilya, Ramallah and Jenin occupied, and witnessed the arrest of 13 Palestinians.

Nazi soldiers arrested Mohammed Lutfi Marshoud, Mohammad Mahmoud Marshoud, Mohammad Maimoun Ennab, Nemer Abu Mustafa and his wife on the Nablus-Qalqilya road, all residents of Balata refugee camp in the east, according to local sources.

In Hebron, the illegal Nazi occupation forces arrested two brothers, Ezz El-Din, Yehia Nasser Zein, and Mohammed Attia Banat and his son Jamal, after the soldiers raided their houses.

The Nazi occupation forces also raided the village of Silwad, east of Ramallah, and arrested Mahmoud Awad Hamed, Mustafa Abdel-Raouf Hamed and Hamas Saleh Hamed.

In Tulkarm, the Israeli occupation forces broke into the new house of the family of the martyr Ashraf Na’alwa in Shweika suburb, and in Beit Kahel, west of Hebron.

In addition, a Palestinian youth was wounded by Israeli bullets at the Barta’a checkpoint, southwest of Jenin.

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Houthis Claim Ambush of Saudis Killed Hundreds

By Kurt Nimmo

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It is being reported Houthi fighters, aka Ansarallah, have pulled off a major military offensive against Saudi troops in northern Yemen. 

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Yemen’s Houthis say attacked Saudi border frontline, no immediate Saudi confirmation https://reut.rs/2o5z87q 

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Houthis have released videos of captured Saudi soldiers. They claim to have captured thousands in an offensive near the Najran town of Saudi Arabia.
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The ambush follows on the heels of a claimed Houthi missile and drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco’s Abqaiq facility and the Khurais oilfield earlier this month.

There is no way to tell if this ambush really happened as the Houthis claim. The video shows very few uniformed soldiers, yet plenty of men dressed in traditional Yemeni clothing. 

On the other hand, photos posted to social media show what appear to be Saudi soldiers in military uniforms. 

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Other reports claim the majority of the captured soldiers are Pakistani. 

Pakistani Gen. Raheel Sharif is currently serving as the Commander-In-Chief of the so-called Islamic Military Alliance. If it indeed turns out the Saudis suffered a major defeat, it is likely Sharif will be sent packing to Islamabad. 

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Sec. Of State Mike Pompeo has yet to release a statement blaming Iran for the embarrassing incident. He may be busy, though, preparing for battle following a subpoena issued by House Democrats itching to impeach Donald Trump.

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