#18 propagandist, dr[?] l brnd? (3rd try) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • eric
    • 09.02.10 | 19:30 (IST)

    "the plo sent this guy, one of arafat`s cronies, to arizona state to take some master`s level courses on using map-drawing software"~l.brnd he obtained his ba IN geography at the university of damascus in 1974, and an ma in geographic information science at arizona university in 1998. your assertion about him being an arafat crony is based in conjecture, but even then, it doesn't matter if he was...any more or less than all the zionist cronies employed by israel. also, if you think that an ma in gisci is simple mapmaking, then you haven't a clue of what you're talking about. and maybe you weren't aware "doc", but it takes more than a "couple master`s level courses" courses to acquire an ma...and a whole lot more than mapmaking software to acquire one in gisci. all said doc[?], your implication that he's not a geographer is groundless. you're the propagandist!

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