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The liker has posted a picture of himself posing with the word “retaliatory” written on the back of his head, and it shows that he’s about to lash out at the laker in retaliation.
This is the most popular post on the popular Instagram feed of the likesthe liker, which is now being called the Liker Retaliatory.
But the likers most frequent posts aren’t about the lakers behavior.
The post is about the behavior of the people of the city of Haifa.
They are, in fact, the people who keep the city safe.
The first post on this page shows an image of an unidentified woman in her mid-thirties, sitting on the steps of the Haifa City Hall.
It is the first of three images of the woman, all from different angles, on the same page.
The woman is not in Haifa, and her identity has not been released.
But that doesn’t stop the Likers from posting the image.
The second image shows a woman in a hijab, holding a baby.
The third picture is of a man, dressed in a military uniform, sitting in a public place, with a sign saying, “The city is safe.”
The woman who posted the photo on her Instagram account, Liker Rehavar, is an Israeli army veteran who has served in the Israeli army for nearly a decade.
His post comes days after he was detained by the Haaretz security service, along with another Israeli citizen.
The military detained Rehava in April after a police raid on his home.
The Haaretz article says that the officers who raided his home told him they were searching for a suspected terrorist.
They found a cellphone with a recording device in the bedroom, a computer, and several weapons, including a .50-caliber pistol.
The officers confiscated all the weapons and detained Reheavar for eight days, before transferring him to a military court, where he was convicted of terrorism offenses.
The army’s decision to hold Rehavia for eight weeks, as well as the subsequent trial, led to his release on bail.
He was arrested again by the army in May after the Ha’aretz article ran.
The story is part of a series on the lIKER Retaliatories, which have been going on since at least December 2015, when the HaHa News website published a video of a woman being arrested in Ha’ifa for having a cellphone.
The video showed that the woman was carrying an Israeli-made rifle, but she didn’t have an Israeli ID card.
The Liker retorts that the HaLaH website didn’t report the name of the female suspect who was arrested, and that it was the IDF who released her.
But Rehavan says that HaHaNews was using the HaMint article and that he was simply a journalist, not a journalist-in-training.
He says that he wasn’t even an IDF soldier and that the video was a propaganda video that was filmed in a video booth at a military base.
Rehaviar says that after he filed a police report, HaHa went on to report on his story.
After that, the HaHA report was retracted.
The incident prompted the Ha HaHa website to remove the story, and the article was deleted from the website, according to Rehavy.
He said that HaMints story was an example of how the Israeli military uses the media to push its agenda, even if it’s not based on the facts.
He added that he had no complaints about the Haha article.
He also says that on Twitter, the army was trying to pressure him to retract the article.
The IDF spokesperson told Haaretz that Rehavin is a journalist and that HaHA reported on his case.
“There are some who are against me because of my social media account, but I refuse to give up and shut down my account,” he wrote on Twitter.
The spokesperson added that the IDF has no plans to revoke Rehavea’s IDF ID card and that his arrest is an unfortunate consequence of an unfair and baseless investigation.
“I will continue to expose the HaRav HaShabbat [a Jewish holiday that commemorates the battle of Shavuot] as a propaganda war that is part and parcel of the Zionist state’s war on the Palestinian people,” he added.
“It’s not about what the person did, it’s about the way they are behaving and what they are saying.”
The spokesperson also said that the army has not investigated any cases related to Reheva’s arrest.
HaHa’s reporter said that his employer at the HaVoda supermarket chain didn’t want to publish his story, so he turned it over to an online news outlet.
HaVodha later published the story on its website.
“We never had any intention of publishing it. It was