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The Congress doubtlessly pursued a policy of shunning Israel because of its virtual obsession with the Muslim vote bank. In an atmosphere of brazen appeasement of the minority that Congress governments followed, there was no room for a truck with Israel except through hush-hush meetings and unpublicised deals. Any open give-and-take held the prospect of annoying the Arab nations.
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