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Israel's outgoing U.N. ambassador, Gabriela Shalev (left, in 2008) says the most significant threat to her country is not Iran's belligerence but efforts by European courts and by some U.N. committees to delegitimize the Jewish state. "Israel is the most isolated, lonely country in the world," she told reporters Monday in Washington at a luncheon sponsored by the Israel project.

ASSOCIATED PRESS Israel's outgoing U.N. ambassador, Gabriela Shalev (left, in 2008) says the most significant threat to her country is not Iran's belligerence but efforts by European courts and by some U.N. committees to delegitimize the Jewish state. "Israel is the most isolated, lonely country in the world," she told reporters Monday in Washington at a luncheon sponsored by the Israel project.

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