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Condition: Used :
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Seller notes: good quality see photo
Type: Historical Miniatures / Books / Other: Miniatures
25mm medieval   saracen - heavy 14 figures - cav (29621)

Storm Giant Very Well Painted, Washington Post
GOP leaders proposed adding language condemning the international boycott movement against Israel and efforts to delegitimize the country. Democrats called the amendment a ploy to kill the Yemen resolution and rallied against it. “This is about politics, this is about trying to drive a wedge into this caucus where it does not belong,” said Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., to applause from Democrats.

Polls: Likud, Blue and White in tight battle, but right-wing bloc clearly ahead, Times of Israel
Likud and Blue and White remained locked in a tight battle for supremacy Thursday, five days before Israelis cast their votes, with each party taking the lead in one of two separate polls, some of the last to be published before the April 9 vote. But both polls showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu best-placed to form a majority coalition.