8 steps to get your ennemies respect - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • SOUWEIDAN.MIKE
    • 03.05.07 | 19:23 (IDT)

    Now you have to know how to gain ennemies respect. It is so easy and the leader Nassrullah can teach you those steps to get ur respect and here are the rules: 1-think that israel and america are the best countries in the world including their people (which is wrong theorem) 2-depend on the bush ,saudi,jordan,egypt,and sanyura addminstration in your war. 3-let ur ennemies be HIZBULLAH and IRAN and SYRIA ( WE PROUD TO BE UR ENNEMIES) 4-elect more incompetent leaders ( in usa and in israel like RICE AND OLMERT AND ... THERE ARE A LOT OF STUPID LEADERS IN BOTH COUNTRIES) 5-Loose more wars against Hizbullah. 6-appoint a commission to investigate in the failure of the war. 7-be ready for the countdown for ur land of god as u named ( wrong name cz u dont exist in reallity) 8-SAYED nassrullah will respect then. good luck in ur next flight to lebanon this summer and enjoy the iranian airflight if u think to bomb iran.

    from the article: Nasrallah praises Winograd report; Siniora: No mention of destruction in Lebanon
    First published 00:00 02.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.05.07
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