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  אייר 1, 5774 , 01/05/14

US Denies E-mail Sent By Soldier Linked to Benghazi Attack

White House Correspondent Jay Carney denied last night (Wednesday) that an e-mail sent by an American soldier three days after the 2012 attack on Benghazi which claimed four American lives, had anything to do with the attack.

Carney claimed that the message did not directly relate to the attack, but rather to the general state of the Muslim world. Republican legislators claim that the message is proof that President Barack Obama is trying to delude the public of the true circumstances surrounding the attack. 

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