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By Martin Fletcher, NBC News Correspondent
Posted: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 8:05 AM

Israel's logo for its 60th anniversary harks back to the good old days an innocent boy in shorts romping with a variation of the Israeli flag unfurling behind him.
But you can't please everyone. One orthodox Jewish member of parliament trashed the symbol, saying the child looks "frumpy and should get a haircut."

That could sum up the reservations of many Israelis about their country as its leaders prepare to celebrate its 60th anniversary.

Festivities being met with a yawn
President Bush will be coming later in the month for part of the festivities, reportedly with about 800 of his closest friends and bodyguards. And a dozen other leaders from countries as diverse as Rwanda, Burkina Faso and Latvia, will attend too, along with the world's A-list of party stars Tony Blair, Henry Kissinger


Added: May-7-2008 
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  • It is a shame that both arabs and jews, have become a pawn for imperalism in the middle east, first for the british now for the american-jews and americans.

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  • Seen this movie before , I wont spoil the ending for you .

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  • Israel can blow me...

    ub3r j3ws are a shame to the rest of decent Jewish culture, who like the rest of the meek of the world humbly accept the reality that is erasing nations: globalism.

    ub3r j3ws always get what they want... WHY?

    Because the FIX IS IN, and anyone with half a brain knows it...

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