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    • 04.05.11 | 11:08 (IDT)

    well 9/11/2001-9/112011 is exactly 10 years someone decided that we can fix this thing in 10 years-no coincidence that palestinians want a state by september bin laden the bogey man is gone so it is time to wrap things up i copied this from wiki "The group's most infamous operation was the killing of 11 Israeli athletes, nine of whom were first taken hostage, and the killing of a German police officer, during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Black September's official name for the operation was "Ikrit and Biram", after the names of two Palestinian Christian villages whose residents had been killed or expelled by the Israeli military Haganah in 1948.[4][5]" so what has changed from september 1971 to september 2011 not israel not the palestinians what has changed is america who would of thought that obama could have been president in 1971? and that is a problem for israel america will make the peace just like it can make the war

    from the article: Will bin Laden killing pave way for similar moves by Israel?
    First published 01:06 04.05.11 | Last updated 01:06 04.05.11
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