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    • Amos Magram
    • 06.07.06 | 14:37 (IDT)

    I'm glad you asked that question. In '77 The Palestinians had not yet failed resoundingly. And Sadat was a fair man who wanted peace for everyone. Of course, he was murdered by Islamicists. Today it is becoming abundantly clear there is no such thing as a "palestinian people" only a "palestinian entity". Call it Frankenstine. The Egyptians would have no problem performing "Hama Therapy" on the Hamas led entity.

    from the article: We need a Nasrallah
    First published 00:00 06.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 06.07.06
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