The presidential election in Mississippi will likely have a big impact on the U.S. relationship with Israel.
As we wrote, Israel has long been a major donor to the Republican Party and has made clear that it wants the election results to reflect the will of the people.
The latest polls suggest that Donald Trump has a solid lead over Democrat Hillary Clinton in the state, and if he wins the state it will be a big blow to her standing in the polls.
In addition, there is a chance that the election could result in a deal between the U:S.
and Israel on some of the major issues that have divided the U.: Israel’s annexation of East Jerusalem, its continued blockade of Gaza and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
If Trump wins the election, this could all change, potentially turning the tables on the Palestinians and the U., both of whom are worried that their hopes for a lasting peace are being dashed.
What does all of this mean for the U, Israel and the Middle East?
According to the U.’s most recent annual report, Israel spends about $7 billion annually on its military and the State Department estimates that it will spend more than $3 trillion on the region in the next five years.
Israel’s military presence has grown rapidly, and the United States has long feared that Israel would be able to expand its military presence.
Israel has also expanded its surveillance, interception and attack capabilities in the region, and U.N. Security Council Resolution 2334, passed in November, calls for Israel to stop building settlements and to end the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip.
As a result, Israel is currently engaged in the most intensive military campaign in its history, including massive strikes on targets in the Gaza and West Bank.
Israel is also building up its military capabilities on its borders with Syria, Lebanon and Jordan, as well as in the Golan Heights.
Although the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 2332 in November 2016, this resolution did not specifically mention Israel.
Now, with the election in the country, Israel could be able unilaterally decide to withdraw from the Gona and allow Palestinian refugees to return home.
This could lead to a major escalation in tensions with the Palestinians, which could also potentially lead to renewed military activity by Israel.
Israel could also unilaterally withdraw from Jordan and begin building a new border wall, which would likely exacerbate tensions with Jordan.
Additionally, there are reports that Israel is planning to expand the size of its army, and could use it to attack Israel.
There are also reports that the United Kingdom and France are considering supporting a Palestinian state on their territories, potentially creating a buffer zone for Israel.
These developments could also create a huge headache for President Donald Trump, who has been very vocal in his opposition to Israel’s actions in the Middle Area.
How much of an impact does the election have on the Israeli elections?
If the election is close in Mississippi, it could mean a huge change in the political landscape in Israel, and it would also have a major impact on U.K. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
On the other hand, if Trump wins, this will probably be the most favorable outcome for the Palestinians.
Israel is already heavily involved in the ongoing peace talks with the United Arab Emirates, and has expressed interest in the possibility of a two-state solution.
If the election turns out to be a tie, then Israel could take a more direct approach towards the Palestinians in order to try to win over U.B.E. Prime Minster Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who is close to Netanyahu and is considered a potential successor to Netanyahu.
If that were to happen, it is unclear how much of a direct confrontation Netanyahu would have with Netanyahu, but he would likely use his influence to pressure him.
If Trump loses, he could very well lose the presidency, and this could cause the next U. S. administration to have a lot of trouble in its dealings with Israel, which has been on a collision course with the U since President Obama took office.
Why is the U so worried about the election result?
This election is a major setback for President Trump.
He is the first U.A.E.-based leader to have been elected in decades, and he has never been a U. A.E.: president.
Trump has made a number of key decisions that have significantly shifted U. asset markets and caused U. assets to plummet, especially during the Great Recession.
He has also continued his attempts to divide the U.; one of the first things he did was to ban Muslims from entering the U; this resulted in major losses for many U. stock market investors.
He has also created a very hostile environment for U. s diplomats around the world.
He was the first person to publicly attack Israel in a foreign country; he is also a member of