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Mark talks about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas

 

On Monday's Mark Levin Show: Mark talks about the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas and asks how many of the casualties we're being told about were terrorists. Mark says the way to limit civilian casualties would be for Hamas to not be using them as human shields and to stop violating cease fires. Also, why is the United Nations allowing it's schools and buildings to be used to house missiles and terrorists?  Where's the outrage on that?  Also, audio from President Obama's senior staffer Valerie Jarrett who says Israel has the right to defend itself, but apparently only if they fight the way the Obama Administration says they can. Mark mentions the growing Ebola cases across the globe and why this should show how even more important it is to be screening immigrants that come into the country, and why we must being getting our illegal immigration problem under control.

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