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I demand to know why there has been no release of any story, regarding Rabbi Yisrael Israel, who heads the Temple Mount Institute in Jerusalem, and who is also a prominent member of the Sanhedrin, Who recently Threatened President Obama and incites assassination as well as incites genocide on all non jews globally? I Demand to know why the US Secret Service is unaware. I can assure you that Mankind is waking to this global threat.
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